2020-2021 List of Majors

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  • Administration of Justice (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002062

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    18.00 Units

    (707) 524-1731

    jadams2@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Administration of Justice major provides theoretical and practical instruction to prepare students for further study for a career in the criminal justice system and seamless transition to programs in the CSU system. This major fulfills the Transfer Model Curriculum for many CSU campuses. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. 1. Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of 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 as required for the Associate in Science in Administration of Justice for Transfer major. 2. Obtainment of an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0. 3. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science in Administration for Justice for Transfer major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Analyze relationships and interactions between citizens and the criminal justice system in a social and cultural context and develop a communication style consistent with legal requirements that encompass cultural understanding;
    2. evaluate situations and incidents to determine if a criminal law has been violated, and develop and implement an appropriate intervention strategy consistent with constitutional protections and safeguards;
    3. evaluate and analyze a crime scene to ensure the proper recognition, identification, collection, preservation, and scientific analysis of physical evidence; and
    4. examine the pre-trial, trial, and post-trial elements of the criminal justice system to ensure constitutional and statutory requirements are maintained consistent with public safety standards.

    Administration of Justice Required Core - complete 6.0 units

    AJ 21
    Introduction to Administration of Justice
    3.0
    AJ 22
    Concepts of Criminal Law
    3.0

    Administration of Justice List A - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AJ 25
    Community Relations
    3.0
    AJ 53
    Juvenile Procedures
    3.0
    AJ 54A
    Introduction to Evidence
    3.0
    AJ 54B
    Basic Criminal Investigation
    3.0
    AJ 55
    Criminal Court Process
    3.0
    AJ 70
    Introduction to Corrections
    3.0

    Administration of Justice List B - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AJ 25
    Community Relations
    3.0
    AJ 53
    Juvenile Procedures
    3.0
    AJ 54A
    Introduction to Evidence
    3.0
    AJ 54B
    Basic Criminal Investigation
    3.0
    AJ 55
    Criminal Court Process
    3.0
    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    AJ 70
    Introduction to Corrections
    3.0
    AJ 71
    Correctional Interviewing & Counseling
    3.0
    AJ 98
    Independent Study in Administration of Justice
    3.0
    AJ 99I
    Admin of Justice Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    A course used to satisfy a requirement in one category can not be used to fulfill the requirements in another category.

  • Administrative Office Professional (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002061

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    48.50 Units

    (707) 527-4458

    kseder@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Administrative Office Professional Program is an academic Associate in Science degree program for students seeking employment in the administrative assistant fields. The curriculum integrates knowledge of office procedures based on actual job responsibilities. The Administrative Office Professional major prepares the student to be a member of an organization’s business team. This program encompasses the integration of 21st Century workforce skills emphasizing communication, teamwork, project management, problem-solving, and systems development. A unique aspect of the program is the internship, which provides the student an opportunity to use their acquired skills in an office environment and gain experience in their profession before completing the program. Opportunities are available in private industry, non-profit organizations, and government offices. With experience and/or additional education, administrative office professionals may be promoted to management positions.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Effectively communicate on the telephone, in written form, or in person with diverse groups of people;
    2. apply effective communication and collaborative skills when working in teams;
    3. use storage and retrieval methods for physical and electronic systems;
    4. design business information processing systems;
    5. apply skills related to business information processing systems using the latest technologies;
    6. work independently with little or no immediate supervision and know when to ask for additional assistance or refer decisions to a supervisor; and
    7. interact with foreign business people applying appropriate communication skills and business practices between different cultures.

    Administrative Office Professional - complete 24.5 units

    BBK 50
    Computerized Bookkeeping and Accounting I
    3.0
    BGN 71
    Business English Grammar
    3.0
    BGN 100
    Professional Business Writing
    1.5
    BGN 102
    Typing-Skill Building
    1.5
    BGN 110
    Exploring Business Careers
    1.0
    BGN 111
    Soft Skills for Business
    3.0
    BGN 112
    Marketing Your Skills
    3.0
    BGN 205
    Basic Filing
    0.5
    BOT 154
    Office Procedures
    3.0
    CS 60.11A
    Microsoft Word, Part 1
    1.5
    CS 61.11A
    Microsoft Excel, Part 1
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    BOT 99.1I
    Business Office Tech Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    BOT 99.2I
    Business Office Tech Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    BOT 99.3I
    Business Office Tech Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    BGN 203
    10-Key Skills
    0.5
    BGN 204
    Electronic Calculator
    0.5
    BMG 52
    Business Communication
    3.0
    BOT 85.1
    Legal Professions
    1.0
    BOT 85.4
    Civil Litigation Practices and Procedures
    1.5
    BOT 85.5
    Discovery Practices and Procedures
    1.5
    CS 57.11
    Introduction to Social Media
    3.0
    CS 61.11B
    Microsoft Excel, Part 2
    1.5
    CS 165.31
    Microsoft Office Integration
    0.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Agriculture Animal Science (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002070

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    21.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Agriculture Animal Science will provide current and relevant knowledge, skills and abilities through education and hands-on training in Agricultural Science, Animal Science and Agriculture Studies. The main objective of this major is to prepare students for career opportunities in these disciplines. The Associate in Science for Transfer in Agriculture Animal Science degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree in these disciplines. California Community College students who are awarded an AS-T are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a Counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students are required to complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education – Breadth Requirements. (B) A minimum of 21 semester units in a major or area of emphasis, as determined by the community college district. Students are also required to obtain a minimum grade point average of 2.0. ADTs also require that students must earn a C or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis. A “P” (Pass) grade is not an acceptable grade for courses in the major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify and implement sustainable livestock management practices that will improve livestock quality, provide efficacious management, protect the natural resources and ensure economic viability of the livestock industry
    2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of animal production life cycles to develop a ranch management calendar that incorporates scientifically based management decisions and the latest technological advances in livestock husbandry;
    3. Identify and evaluate livestock anatomy and physiology and relate form to function;
    4. Demonstrate knowledge of practical reproductive management of livestock species.

    Agriculture Animal Science for Transfer Required Core - complete 15.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ANSCI 20
    Basic Animal Science
    3.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Agriculture Animal Science for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANSCI 27
    Beef Cattle Science
    3.0
    ANSCI 29
    Dairy Cattle Industry/Dairy Cattle Science
    3.0
    EQSCI 25
    Equine Science
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANSCI 2
    Veterinary Practices
    3.0
    ANSCI 61
    Livestock Feeding and Nutrition
    3.0
    CHEM 12A
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0

    Agriculture Animal Science for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 0.0 units

    Complete any course from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0

    Notes:

    A course used to satisfy the requirements in one category (List A, B, or C) cannot also be used to satisfy the requirements in another category.

  • Agriculture Business (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002069

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    22.00 Units

    (707) 524-4648

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Agriculture Business will provide current and relevant knowledge, skills and abilities through education and hands-on training in Agriculture Business, Agriculture Studies, AgriBusiness, Ag Business and Food Industry Management. The main objective of this program is to prepare students for transfer and career opportunities in these areas. The Agriculture Business Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate understanding of principles and strategies for selling and marketing in agribusiness;
    2. Apply principles of demand, supply and price system to agribusiness.
    3. Incorporate technology, communication skills, leadership, and business management skills.

    Agriculture Business for Transfer Required Core - complete 13.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0
    CHEM 1A
    General Chemistry
    5.0
    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Agriculture Business for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0
    AGRI 20
    Introduction to Plant Science
    3.0
    ANSCI 20
    Basic Animal Science
    3.0

    Agriculture Business for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 0.0 units

    Complete any course from the following:

    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 2
    Managerial Accounting
    4.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0

    Notes:

    A course used to satisfy the requirements in one category (List A, B, or C) cannot also be used to satisfy the requirements in another category.

  • Agriculture Plant Science (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002071

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    21.00 Units

    (707) 524-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Agriculture Plant Science will provide current and relevant knowledge, skills and abilities through education and hands-on training in Agriculture, Agriculture and Environmental Plant Sciences, Agricultural Science, Plant Science, Agriculture Education, and Agriculture Studies. The main objective of this major is to prepare students for career opportunities in these disciplines. The Associate in Science for Transfer in Agriculture Plant Science degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree in these disciplines. California Community College students who are awarded an AS-T are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a Counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students are required to complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: 1. The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education – Breadth Requirements. 2. A minimum of 21 semester units in a major or area of emphasis, as determined by the community college district. Students are also required to obtain a minimum grade point average of 2.0. ADTs also require that students must earn a C or better in all courses required for the major or area of emphasis. A “P” (Pass) grade is not an acceptable grade for courses in the major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate relationships of plants, soils, and climates.
    2. Analyze and compare plants, growing conditions, and types of crop production.
    3. Identify and evaluate livestock anatomy and physiology and relate form to function;
    4. Research and analyze production and marketing data for a proposed crop commodity.
    5. Explain the economic aspects of agriculture and their implications to the market.

    Agriculture Plant Science for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    AGRI 20
    Introduction to Plant Science
    3.0
    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    CHEM 1A
    General Chemistry
    5.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Agriculture Plant Science for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CHEM 12A
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    HORT 8
    Plant Materials: Summer/Fall
    3.0
    HORT 12
    Plant Materials: Winter/Spring
    3.0
    HORT 70
    Plant Propagation
    3.0

    Agriculture Plant Science for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 0.0 units

    AGMEC 50
    Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Skills
    3.0

    Notes:

    A course used to satisfy the requirements in one category (List A, B, or C) cannot also be used to satisfy the requirements in another category.

  • Anthropology (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001004

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    19.00 Units

    (707) 522-2645

    mdasgupta@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    Students completing the Anthropology major will develop skills and knowledge consistent with the study of anthropology in a global, multicultural, and comparative context. The successful student will have mastered the reading, writing, and research skills essential to anthropological inquiry and exposition. Completion of the program will provide the orientation and background necessary for success in the major at the university level.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify the major theoretical approaches, theorists, and historical trends in anthropology;
    2. understand and use basic research methods in archaeology, cultural and biological anthropology, including design, data analysis and interpretation;
    3. apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human diversity;
    4. develop an understanding of self and others in diverse biological and cultural contexts;
    5. apply critical thinking to anthropological theories and data; and
    6. articulate thoughts effectively in written and oral communication.

    Anthropology Requirements - complete 19.0 units

    ANTHRO 1
    Biological Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 1L
    Biological Anthropology Lab
    1.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 3
    Introduction to Archaeology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 4
    Ancient Peoples and Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 19
    Forensic Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
  • Anthropology (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001071

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    18.00 Units

    (707) 522-2645

    mdasgupta@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    Students completing the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Anthropology will develop skills and knowledge consistent with the study of anthropology in a global, multicultural, and comparative context. The successful student will have mastered the reading, writing, and research skills essential to anthropological inquiry and exposition. Completion of the degree program will provide the orientation and background necessary for success in the major at the university level. The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Anthropology degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify the major theoretical approaches, theorists, and historical trends in anthropology;
    2. Understand and use basic research methods in archaeology, cultural and biological anthropology, including design, data analysis and interpretation;
    3. Apply anthropological knowledge to understanding human diversity;
    4. Develop an understanding of self and others in diverse biological and cultural contexts;
    5. Apply critical thinking to anthropological theories and data; and
    6. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication using anthropological concepts.

    Anthropology for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    ANTHRO 1
    Physical Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 3
    Prehistory & Archaeology
    3.0

    Anthropology for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Anthropology for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    GEOL 1
    The Earth
    3.0
    And
    GEOL 1L
    Geology Lab
    1.0
    or
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    or
    PHYSC 21
    Introduction to Earth Science
    4.0

    Anthropology for Transfer List C Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    ANTHRO 1L
    Biological Anthropology Lab
    1.0
    ANTHRO 4
    Ancient Peoples and Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 19
    Forensic Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PHYSC 21
    Introduction to Earth Science
    4.0
    GEOL 1
    The Earth
    3.0
    And
    GEOL 1L
    Geology Lab
    1.0

    Notes:

    A course used to satisfy the requirements in one category (List A, B, or C) cannot also be used to satisfy the requirements in another category.

  • Art (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001005

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    24.00 Units

    (707) 527-4397

    hfuchigami@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Art major is designed for students who are pursuing transfer majors in the fine arts, including Painting and Drawing, Printmaking, Graphic Design, Digital Arts, Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture, and related disciplines.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Synthesize and apply visual principles in creating works of art;
    2. articulate perception and awareness of fine art and applied design concept;
    3. develop a vocabulary to discuss art in aesthetic terms;
    4. demonstrate skills in visual analysis by identifying specific formal elements in works of art;
    5. demonstrate appropriate use of art tools, materials and processes;
    6. achieve greater awareness of global and cultural traditions; and
    7. create a portfolio of fine art and designs.

    Art Major Requirements - complete 24.0 units

    ART 3
    Introduction to Art & Design
    3.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing & Composition 1
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ART 4
    Principles of Color
    3.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ART 1.1
    World Art History to 1500
    3.0
    And
    ART 1.2
    World Art History Since 1500
    3.0
    or
    ART 2.1
    History & Aesthetic Appreciation of Prehistoric - Gothic Art
    3.0
    And
    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    ART 2.3
    History and Appreciation of Modern Art
    3.0
    ART 2.5
    Women and Art Since 1500
    3.0
    ART 7B
    Drawing and Composition 2
    3.0
    ART 12
    Beginning Figure Drawing
    3.0
    ART 14A
    Beginning Painting
    3.0
    ART 19
    Elementary Photography
    3.0
    ART 24
    Introduction to the Art of Printmaking
    3.0
    ART 31A
    Beginning Ceramics
    3.0
    ART 33A
    Beginning Sculpture
    3.0
    ART 69
    Introduction to Cartooning and Sequential Art
    3.0
    ART 112A
    Intermediate Figure Drawing
    3.0
    ART 112B
    Advanced Figure Drawing
    3.0
  • Art History (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001065

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    21.00 Units

    (707) 527-4397

    hfuchigami@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Art History major is intended for the student seeking to transfer to a baccalaureate-granting institution to major in Art History. It provides a basic foundation in art history and appreciation, "hands on experience" in at least one studio art form, and cultural and historical background necessary to understanding the visual arts. The major may also be of interest to those seeking a foundation for lifelong learning. The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Art History is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an AA-T are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 21-22 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Art History major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Art History major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Place a work of art in its historical and stylistic context;
    2. Identify major monuments and movements in the history of art;
    3. Develop a vocabulary to discuss art in aesthetic terms;
    4. Demonstrate skills in visual analysis by identifying specific formal elements;
    5. Refine critical analysis skills in comparing works of art;
    6. Identify cultural artistic characteristics and global traditions; and
    7. Recognize basic methods and materials used in architecture, painting, sculpture, print-making, ceramics metalwork, and textiles.

    Art History for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 12.0 units

    ART 2.1
    History & Aesthetic Appreciation of Prehistoric - Gothic Art
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    And
    ART 2.3
    History and Appreciation of Modern Art
    3.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing and Composition 1
    3.0

    Art History for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ART 1.1
    World Art History to 1500
    3.0
    ART 1.2
    World Art History Since 1500
    3.0
    ART 2.5
    Women and Art Since 1500
    3.0

    Art History for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ART 3
    Introduction to Art and Design
    3.0
    ART 4
    Principles of Color
    3.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0
    ART 12
    Figure Drawing
    3.0
    ART 14A
    Beginning Painting
    3.0
    ART 19
    Elementary Photography
    3.0
    ART 24
    Introduction to the Art of Printmaking
    3.0
    ART 27A
    Beginning Screen Printing
    3.0
    ART 28A
    Beginning Etching
    3.0
    ART 31A
    Beginning Ceramics
    3.0
    ART 33A
    Beginning Sculpture
    3.0

    Art History for Transfer List C Requirement - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 3
    Prehistory & Archaeology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    COMM 2
    Spoken Word
    3.0
    DANCE 2
    Survey of Dance History
    3.0
    ENGL 1B
    Literature and Composition
    3.0
    ENGL 2
    Introduction to the Novel
    3.0
    ENGL 3
    Introduction to Poetry
    3.0
    ENGL 7
    Introduction to the Short Story
    3.0
    ENGL 10
    Introduction to Environmental Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 12
    Children's Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 25
    Introduction to Language Study
    3.0
    ENGL 27
    Introduction to Shakespeare
    3.0
    ENGL 30.1
    American Literature: Pre-Colonial Period to the Civil War
    3.0
    ENGL 30.2
    American Literature from 1865 to the Present
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African-American Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 46.1
    Survey of English Literature Part 1
    3.0
    ENGL 46.2
    Survey of English Literature Part 2
    3.0
    FREN 1
    Elementary French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 2
    Elementary French-Part 2
    4.0
    FREN 3
    Intermediate French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 4
    Intermediate French-Part 2
    4.0
    GD 15
    History of Graphic Design
    3.0
    GERM 1
    Elementary German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 2
    Elementary German-Part 2
    4.0
    GERM 3
    Intermediate German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 4
    Intermediate German-Part 2
    4.0
    HIST 1.1
    World History to 1500
    3.0
    HIST 1.2
    World History Since 1500 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.1
    Western Humanities: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.2
    Western Humanities From 1600
    3.0
    HUMAN 5
    World Humanities: Arts, Ideas, Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    HUMAN 7
    Introduction to the Humanities
    3.0
    HUMAN 8
    Comparative Mythology
    3.0
    HUMAN 20
    The Humanities in Asia: Arts, Ideas and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 21
    The Humanities in the Middle East
    3.0
    HUMAN 22
    Humanities in Africa: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    ITAL 1
    Elementary Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 2
    Elementary Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 3
    Intermediate Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 4
    Intermediate Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 39.1
    Introduction To Italian Literature In Translation
    3.0
    ITAL 70A
    Intermed Italian Conversation & Culture Thru Film I
    3.0
    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0
    MEDIA 14
    Early Film History
    4.0
    MEDIA 15
    Modern Film History
    4.0
    MUSC 6.1
    Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1750
    3.0
    MUSC 6.2
    Music History and Literature: 1750-Present
    3.0
    MUSC 7
    Classical Music Appreciation
    3.0
    MUSC 8
    World Music Appreciation
    3.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    PHIL 6
    Introduction to Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    RELS 1
    Introduction to Religious Studies
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 6.66
    History of Satan
    3.0
    RELS 15
    Islam
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Jesus and the Invention of Christianity
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0
    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    THAR 1
    World Theatre Through Time
    3.0
    THAR 2
    Introduction to Theatre Arts
    3.0
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0
  • Automotive Technology (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001039

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    49.00 Units

    (707) 535-3772

    dlemmer@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Automotive Technology major offers both theoretical and hands-on training, including engine overhaul, ignition systems, fuel systems, pollution control systems, electrical systems, drive trains, brake systems, suspension systems, and hybrid & electric vehicle systems.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate safe operation of hand tools, power tools and specialized automotive tools and equipment;
    2. perform entry level diagnoses and repair of automotive engines, electrical systems, transmissions, engine performance, brakes, chassis and emissions control systems;
    3. demonstrate basic maintenance and welding skills; and
    4. access and interpret automotive service information and schematics both manually and on the computer.

    Automotive Technology Requirements - complete 48.0 units

    AUTO 80
    Introduction to Automotive Technology
    3.0
    AUTO 126
    Mobile Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
    2.5
    AUTO 151
    Automotive Engines
    7.0
    AUTO 153
    Automotive Engine Performance and Pollution Control
    7.0
    AUTO 154
    Automotive Brakes, Steering, and Suspension
    7.0
    AUTO 155
    Automotive Drive Train
    6.0
    AUTO 156
    Automotive Electrical System
    5.0
    AUTO 194
    Introduction to Hybrid Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
    4.0
    IED 190
    Industrial Mathematics
    1.5
    WELD 170
    Beginning Welding: Fundamentals of Arc and Gas Welding
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AUTO 99
    Automotive Occupational Work Experience
    8.0
    AUTO 108
    Clean Air Car Course: BAR Levels 1 & 2
    5.0
    AUTO 120
    Automotive Service Advisor, Business Ethics, and Management
    3.0
    BGN 101
    Typing
    1.5
    ELEC 51A
    Fundamentals of Electricity
    3.0
    MACH 51A
    Beginning Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    MACH 51B
    Advanced Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    WELD 171.1
    Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    2.0
    WELD 171.2
    Gas Metal Arc Welding and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    2.0
    WELD 171.3
    Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW)
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    It is recommended that students with no automotive work experience or high school auto shop begin with course AUTO 80 Introduction to Automotive Technology.

  • Biology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002018

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    41.00 Units

    (707) 524-1813

    swilson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Biology major is designed for students who are pursuing transfer to four year programs in the biological sciences, including general biology, cell or molecular biology, organism biology, marine biology, botany, zoology, ecology, environmental sciences, evolution, genetics, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and agricultural sciences. The major is also designed for students planning to pursue careers in dentistry, medicine, veterinary medicine, or physical therapy. It is not designed, however, to meet the needs of students interested in pursuing studies in allied health fields. Please see a counselor for assistance in choosing an appropriate major, or to begin this program.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply the scientific method to investigating and evaluating biological phenomenon and summarize results in written scientific format;
    2. perform laboratory techniques, including microscopy, with a high level of expertise without assistance or instruction;
    3. synthesize evolutionary mechanisms, trends, and history with biodiversity;
    4. integrate the levels of biological organization including cell mechanisms, anatomy, physiology, genetics, ecology, and evolution;
    5. investigate human interactions with all levels of biological processes emphasizing the principles of ecosystem, community, population ecology, and global human impacts;
    6. apply knowledge of biological organisms and principles in advanced courses in order to transfer to four year institutions.

    Biology Major Core Requirements - complete 40.0 units

    BIO 2.1
    Fundamentals of Biology (Cell and Molecular)
    5.0
    BIO 2.2
    Fundamentals of Biology (Evolution, Genetics, and Zoology)
    5.0
    BIO 2.3
    Fundamentals of Biology (Botany and Ecology)
    5.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 3B
    General Chemistry Part 2
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 7.0 units from the following:

    PHYS 20
    General Physics Lecture Part I
    3.0
    And
    PHYS 21
    General Physics Lecture Part II
    3.0
    And
    PHYS 20L
    General Physics Lab Part I
    1.0
    or
    PHYS 20
    General Physics Lecture Part I
    3.0
    And
    PHYS 21
    General Physics Lecture Part II
    3.0
    And
    PHYS 21L
    General Physics Lab Part II
    1.0
    or
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    And
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    MATH 27
    Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
    5.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Biology (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002077

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    38.00 Units

    707-778-3962

    kswinsrom@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Biology Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree: Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: a) The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) for STEM; and b) A minimum of 38 semester units as required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Biology. Obtainment of an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Biology.

    Biology AS-T Requirements - complete 38.0 units

    BIO 2.1
    Fundamentals of Biology (Cell and Molecular)
    5.0
    BIO 2.2
    Fundamentals of Biology (Evolution, Genetics, and Zoology)
    5.0
    BIO 2.3
    Fundamentals of Biology (Botany and Ecology)
    5.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 3B
    General Chemistry Part 2
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 5.0 units from the following:

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 27
    Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
    5.0
    PHYS 20
    General Physics Lecture Part I
    3.0
    PHYS 20L
    General Physics Lab Part I
    1.0
    PHYS 21
    General Physics Lecture Part II
    3.0
    PHYS 21L
    General Physics Lab Part II
    1.0

    Notes:

    PHYS 40 & PHYS 42 will also fulfill Physics requirements for this AS-T. MATH 15 or MATH 16 or MATH 25 will fulfill Math requirements for this AS-T. See a counselor for more information.

  • Business Administration (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002065

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4435

    bad-admin@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Business Administration degree will provide students with the lower division course work to successfully prepare for upper division work. The Business Administration Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. 1. Completion of 60 units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: * The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth Requirements; and * A minimum of 26 semester units as required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Business Administration major. 2. Obtainment of an overall minimum grade point of 2.0. 3. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Business Administration major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Satisfy the educational requirements necessary to successfully pursue a baccalaureate degree in Business Administration;
    2. demonstrate analytical, critical thinking, and decision-making skills required to succeed in a business context;
    3. demonstrate an understanding of the complex nature of business in a diverse global economy with the integration of ethics and social responsibility; and
    4. integrate knowledge of the elements of American business and economic principles including accounting, law, management, marketing, and human relations in organizations.

    Business Administration for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 17.0 units

    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 2
    Managerial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 18
    The Legal Environment of Business
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0

    Business Administration for Transfer List A - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    MATH 16
    Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
    4.0

    Business Administration for Transfer List B Part 1 - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    BAD 10
    American Business in Its Global Context
    3.0
    BMG 52
    Business Communication
    3.0
    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    MATH 16
    Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
    4.0

    Business Administration for Transfer List B Part 2 - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CS 5
    Computer Literacy
    3.0
    CS 84.21
    Management Information Systems
    3.0
    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    MATH 16
    Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
    4.0

    Notes:

    Any course used to satisfy the List A requirement cannot be used to fulfill the requirement for List B.

    Business Administration majors are strongly encouraged to also take BAD 53, Introduction to Solving Business Problems with Spreadsheets.

    Students are strongly encouraged to take two Math courses. Most CSU campuses require two Math courses. Check with a counselor to determine the requirement for the campus that you plan to attend.

    Students whose Math placement is not at MATH 155 or higher will need to take MATH 155 as a prerequisite to ECON 1, ECON 2, and MATH 9, 15, or 16.

  • Business: Human Resource Administration (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001044

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    27.50 Units

    (707) 527-4435

    ewebster@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    Within every organization, at least one employee is responsible for the Human Resources activities. The Human Resource Administration program of study provides students with the opportunity to gain skills that can be applied to any organization. These involve compliance with employment law when maintaining personnel files, tracking employee leaves, administering employee benefits, administering and regulating salaries, and maintaining payroll. Students learn how to handle confidential information and sensitive situations.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Interpret and apply employment laws in a variety of complex human resource situations;
    2. demonstrate competency in specific human resource administrative responsibilities in the areas of hiring, salary administration, benefits administration, and records administration;
    3. apply necessary skills required for managing the complex human interactions and communications that take place in organizations; and
    4. demonstrate an understanding of the strategic role of human resource management in a modern organizational setting; and
    5. demonstrate the technical skills needed in the human resources field.

    Business: Human Resource Administration Requirements - complete 26.5 units

    BAD 52
    Human Relations in Organizations
    3.0
    BMG 53
    Oral Communication in Organizations
    3.0
    HR 60
    Human Resource Management
    3.0
    HR 61
    Human Resource Employment Law
    1.5
    HR 62
    Human Resource Records
    1.0
    HR 63
    Human Resource Hiring Process
    1.0
    HR 64
    Human Resource Salary Administration
    1.0
    HR 65
    Human Resource Benefits Administration
    1.5
    HR 66
    Human Resource Administration Current Applications
    1.0
    CS 61.11A
    Microsoft Excel, Part 1
    1.5
    CS 61.11B
    Microsoft Excel, Part 2
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BBK 50
    Computerized Bookkeeping and Accounting 1
    3.0
    BBK 52.1
    Payroll Record Keeping and Reporting
    3.0
    BGN 112
    Marketing Your Skills
    3.0
    BMG 55
    Fundamentals of Financial Analysis
    3.0
    HR 99I
    Human Resources Occupational Work Experience Intern
    8.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.5 units from the following:

    BGN 71
    Business English Grammar
    3.0
    BGN 100
    Professional Business Writing
    1.5
    BMG 52
    Business Communication
    3.0
    ENGL 1A
    College Composition
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    HR 66 must be the final course taken in the sequence for this program.

    Notes:

    HR 60 is the orientation course for this program.

  • Business: Real Estate (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001034

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-4362

    sherndon@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Business: Real Estate major will provide students the opportunity to obtain entry-level positions and build their career within the area of real estate. Students will complete courses that meet continuing education requirements for the State of California's Real Estate Salesperson license and that are approved as an education requirement for both the State of California's Broker's license and California Appraiser Qualifications Board Exam. Students will benefit by the additional option of having a real estate major reflected on their Associate Degree.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply an in-depth knowledge of California Real estate principles and laws to successfully complete licensure requirements for licensee and broker;
    2. satisfy Department of Real Estate and Office of Real Estate Appraisers educational requirements for state licensing;
    3. apply necessary skills required for marketing and negotiating real estate transaction;
    4. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively and ethically with the principals involved in a real property transaction; and
    5. interpret and apply California real estate laws to a variety of real property transactions.

    Business: Real Estate Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 18.0 units from the following:

    RE 50
    Real Estate Principles
    3.0
    RE 51
    Real Estate Practice
    3.0
    RE 52
    Real Estate Finance
    3.0
    RE 53
    Residential Real Estate Appraisal
    3.0
    RE 54
    Commercial Real Estate Appraisal
    3.0
    RE 55
    Legal Aspects of Real Estate
    3.0
    RE 56
    Real Estate Economics
    3.0
    RE 57
    Property Management in California
    3.0
    RE 58
    Real Estate Escrow
    3.0
    RE 59
    Advanced Residential Appraisal
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    BMG54 is an approved substitute for BGN81.

  • Chemistry (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002047

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    40.00 Units

    (707) 521-7852

    miimura@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Chemistry degree is designed for students who are planning to transfer as Chemistry majors, and who subsequently are planning to pursue a career in industrial research and development, medicine, science teaching, toxicology, pharmacy, environmental studies, space studies or other related fields. To complete this major, students must complete a library research course and 39 units of preparatory chemistry, math and physics courses that are required by accredited four-year institutions. Additional courses must be taken to satisfy the General Education requirements of Santa Rosa Junior College.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Relate observable phenomena to molecular events according to prevailing chemical theories;
    2. identify, synthesize, predict and explain the structure of a variety of compounds, both inorganic and organic;
    3. accurately and safely obtain and analyze data from experimental sources, including traditional laboratory methods, computer-interfaced data collection devices, and advanced analytical instrumentation;
    4. use critical thinking skills to analyze applications of chemical knowledge and theories; and
    5. communicate effectively the results of laboratory experiments, including error analysis.

    Chemistry Major Requirements - complete 39.0 units

    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 3B
    General Chemistry Part 2
    5.0
    CHEM 12A
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 12B
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Child Development (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001002

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    31.00 Units

    (707) 527-4828

    mwarner@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    This major will prepare students for careers in Child Care and Preschool Education. It parallels the academic requirements of the Child Development Teacher Permit issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Integrate an understanding of the potential, the characteristics, and the multiple influences on the development of children into the delivery of high quality care and education programs;
    2. design, implement and evaluate play based environments and activities that support developmentally appropriate learning outcomes for all young children;
    3. apply effective guidance and interaction strategies that support all children's social learning, identity and self-esteem;
    4. develop strategies that promote relationships between programs, teachers, families and their communities; and
    5. demonstrate ethical standards and professional behaviors that reflect understanding, knowledge and a commitment to the field of early childhood education and care.

    Child Development Major Requirements - complete 27.0 units

    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    CHLD 51
    Principles and Practices of Early Childhood Education
    3.0
    CHLD 66
    Early Childhood Care and Education Practicum
    6.0
    CHLD 68
    Working With Children and Families in a Diverse Society
    3.0
    CHLD 90.1
    Child, Family, Community Interrelationships
    3.0
    CHLD 90.2
    Observation and Assessment of Young Children
    3.0
    CHLD 90.3
    Health, Safety and Nutrition for the Young Child
    3.0
    CHLD 90.4
    Introduction to Curriculum
    3.0

    Child Development Electives - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CHLD 53A
    Introduction to Children with Special Needs
    3.0
    CHLD 53B
    Supporting Children w/ Special Needs in Early Childhood Prgm
    3.0
    CHLD 55.2
    Exploring Science and Math with Young Children
    3.0
    CHLD 55.5
    Foundations of Language and Literacy
    3.0
    CHLD 55.6
    Art for the Young Child
    3.0
    CHLD 55.7
    Music and Movement for Children
    3.0
    CHLD 79.1
    Administration of Early Childhood Education Programs
    3.0
    CHLD 79.2
    Leadership & Personnel Skills for Early Child. Administrator
    3.0
    CHLD 79.4
    Adult Supervision and Mentoring
    2.0
    CHLD 82
    Family Engagement in Early Care & Education
    3.0
    CHLD 95
    Developing Social Competence in the Early Childhood Years
    3.0
    CHLD 96
    Working Through Stress and Loss With Children and Families
    3.0
    CHLD 111A
    Group Care For Children Under Three
    3.0
    CHLD 150
    Exploring the Natural World with Young Children
    1.0
    CHLD 183
    Screen Media and Child Development
    3.0
    CHLD 185.1
    Creative Indoor Environments for Young Children
    1.5
    CHLD 185.2
    Creative Outdoor Environments for Young Children
    1.5
    CHLD 185.3
    Guidance & Discipline Techniques-Preschool & Early Primary
    1.0
    CHLD 186
    Spanish Language Arts for Young Children
    3.0
    CHLD 217.1
    Constructive Play
    1.0
    CHLD 217.2
    Dramatic Play and Games with Rules
    1.0
    CHLD 220
    Effective Guidance and Discipline
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major. A grade of "C" or better is required for all major classes.

    CHLD 66 has replaced CHLD 60 and CHLD 60.2

  • Civil Engineering Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002016

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    rparks@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Civil Engineering Technology program prepares students for variety of technical positions in the civil engineering and engineering construction professions. The program recommended course sequence is set up to allow the student to progress through four semesters and achieve an Associates Degree or Certificate of Achievement.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Define and describe civil engineering terminology, methods, procedures, standards and technology;
    2. perform mathematical, computer and statistical computations related to location, elevation, grade, distance, direction, area, volume and properties of civil engineering materials;
    3. communicate clearly and effectively in oral, written and graphic formats;
    4. prepare basic civil engineering documents and drawings using computer-aided drafting and geographic information systems technology;
    5. research, file, retrieve, analyze, locate and prepare basic drawings, maps, documents, records, reports and correspondence related to civil engineering projects;
    6. demonstrate basic analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills in civil engineering, land surveying and development; and
    7. describe the influence/effect civil engineering, land surveying and development has on the local, regional, national and global communities.

    Civil Engineering Technology Core Requirements - complete 25.0 units

    APTECH 191
    Problem Solving in Civil Engineering Technology
    3.0
    CEST 51
    Civil Drafting Technology
    3.0
    CEST 63
    Subdivision Planning
    3.0
    CEST 64
    Public Works Inspection & Testing
    3.0
    CEST 65
    Public Works Plans and Estimating
    3.0
    CEST 85
    CAD for Civil, Surveying & Land Development
    3.0
    CEST 192
    Non-Technical Skills for the Civil Engineering Technician
    3.0
    GIS 40
    Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Communication Studies (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001054

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4217

    mnelson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Communications Studies degree at Santa Rosa Junior College provides students with an introduction to and overview of the field of communications while providing a solid foundation in Speech. Students are provided both theoretical perspectives and practical speaking experience, including the opportunity to be a part of a national award-winning Speech & Debate team and/or being part of the student newspaper, The Oak Leaf. This emphasis offers comprehensive lower division baccalaureate work in the field of Communication.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply communication theory to more effectively communicate in a variety of public, private and social context;
    2. effectively express one’s ideas through oral communication; and
    3. utilize critical thinking skills to defend, refute and critique presentations.

    Communication Studies for Transfer - complete 3.0 units

    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0

    Communication Studies: List A - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    And
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    or
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    And
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    or
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    And
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    or
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    And
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    or
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    And
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0

    Communication Studies: List B - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    COMM 2
    Spoken Word
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 10
    Introduction to Communication Studies
    3.0
    COMM 52A
    Forensics 1 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52B
    Forensics 2 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52C
    Forensics 3 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52D
    Forensics 4 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0

    2 courses, regardless of unit value, must be completed from List B

    Communication Studies: List C - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 2
    Spoken Word
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 10
    Introduction to Communication Studies
    3.0
    COMM 51A
    Practical Experience in Public Speaking 1
    3.0
    COMM 52A
    Forensics 1 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52B
    Forensics 2 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52C
    Forensics 3 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 52D
    Forensics 4 (SRJC Speech Team)
    6.0
    COMM 98
    Independent Study in Communication Studies
    3.0
    JOUR 1
    Introduction to Journalism
    3.0
    JOUR 2
    News Gathering and News Writing
    3.0
    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    A course used to satisfy a requirement in one category cannot be used to fulfill the requirements in another category.

  • Computer Science (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002023

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    34.00 Units

    (707) 527-4282

    dharden@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Computer Science major will allow students whose planned transfer major is Computer Science to earn an Associate Degree while meeting the typical lower division requirements for a Computer Science degree at a four-year institution.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Successfully pursue a bachelor's degree in computer science at a four-year institution;
    2. Apply the basic and intermediate problem solving and programming skills and tools necessary to succeed in upper division computer science courses; and
    3. Apply the mathematical tools necessary to succeed in upper division computer science courses.

    Computer Science Major Core Requirements - complete 34.0 units

    CS 10A
    Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies
    4.0
    CS 10B
    Programming Concepts and Methodologies 1
    4.0
    CS 10C
    Programming Concepts and Methodologies 2
    4.0
    CS 12
    Assembly Language Programming/Computer Architecture
    4.0
    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 4
    Discrete Mathematics
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 42
    Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers
    4.0
  • Computer Studies: Web Full-Stack Developer (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002081

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-4855

    ewilde@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Computer Studies: Web Full-Stack Developer degree provides a course of study that prepares students to work on client and server-side web and mobile development. This pathway leads to opportunities for a career in web and mobile development. The Computer Studies: Web Full-Stack Developer degree focuses on the core front-end web and mobile technologies of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as server-side development using the PHP and JavaScript languages together with SQL and NoSQL databases.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Work as an effective member of a web or mobile development team;
    2. Use principles of software design to analyze programming problems and develop solutions;
    3. Create and test web- and mobile-based computer programs that incorporate complex data structures and algorithms along with object-oriented programming methods; and
    4. Produce an online, multi-screen web or mobile application with consistency throughout the design and implementation of the application.

    Computer Studies: Web Full-Stack Developer - complete 19.0 units

    CS 50A
    Web Development 1
    3.0
    CS 50B
    Web Development 2
    3.0
    CS 50C
    Web Development 3- JavaScript
    3.0
    CS 50.32
    Web and Digital Media Projects
    4.0
    CS 55.13
    Server-Side Web Development
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CS 10A
    Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies
    4.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    CS 81.62
    Relational Database Concepts and Structured Query Language
    3.0
    GD 51
    Introduction to Graphic Design
    3.0

    Notes:

    Because CS 55.13 is a limited course offering, it may be taken any time after the first semester of the program. Consult Schedule of Classes for current course offerings.

  • Culinary Arts (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001010

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    32.00 Units

    (707) 524-1843

    skaldunski@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Culinary Arts major is designed to train individuals in all aspects of the culinary arts field. Successful students will be prepared to work as cooks in a wide range of food service settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, and institutional kitchens.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate station organization, purchasing, storage, menu writing, and sanitation principles as they apply to food handling;
    2. Use classic cooking terminology and methods, apply health and safety standards;
    3. Demonstrate skill and apply professional industry standards in food handling, beverage service, baking and food service, and use of hand tools;
    4. Demonstrate responsibility and team skills for the food service industry;
    5. describe career opportunities within the food industry and strategize own career;
    6. Critique, assess and improve one's own performance, listening skills and communication skills for personal, academic, and career purposes;
    7. Recognize the diversity of cultural influences and values related to a professional culinary environment; and
    8. Think critically in evaluating information, solving problems, and making decisions related to food preparation and food service.

    Culinary Arts Major Requirements - complete 31.0 units

    CUL 250
    Sanitation and Safety
    1.0
    CUL 250.1
    Culinary Arts Survey
    1.0
    CUL 251A
    Culinary Fundamentals 1
    3.0
    CUL 251B
    Culinary Fundamentals 2
    3.0
    CUL 251C
    Culinary Fundamentals 3
    1.5
    CUL 254
    Introduction to Baking and Pastry
    4.0
    CUL 254.5
    Professional Plate Presentation
    1.0
    CUL 255
    Production Baking
    4.0
    CUL 255.2
    Careers in the Food and Beverage Industry
    1.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    CUL 253
    Restaurant Class
    6.5
    CUL 253.10
    Restaurant Kitchen
    3.0
    CUL 253.11
    Restaurant Pantry Station
    0.5
    CUL 256
    Restaurant Dining Room Service
    2.0
    CUL 256.12
    Restaurant Wine Service
    0.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.5 units from the following:

    CUL 254.4
    Purchasing and Bakeshop Management
    1.0
    CUL 255.1
    Specialty Production Baking
    4.0
    CUL 256.3
    Introduction to Front House Operations
    1.0
    CUL 256.8
    Beverage Management
    1.0
    CUL 256.9
    Restaurant Wine Management
    1.0
    CUL 256.10
    Restaurant Operations
    3.0
    CUL 256.11
    Wine and Food Pairing
    1.5
    DIET 52
    Management Training Techniques
    2.0
    DIET 55
    Food Production Management
    3.0
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    HOSP 50
    Introduction to Tourism in Sonoma County
    1.0
    SUSAG 50
    Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture
    3.0
    SUSAG 120
    Organic Gardening and Food Production
    2.0
    WINE 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    CUL 270.30
    Sonoma Wine Country Cuisine
    0.5
    CUL 275.1
    French Cuisine: Provence
    1.0
    CUL 275.2
    French Cuisine: Paris
    1.0
    CUL 275.3
    French Cuisine: Burgundy
    1.0
    CUL 275.10
    American Regional: Cajun and Creole Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.11
    American Regional: Southern Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.12
    American Regional: Hawaiian Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.15
    Japanese Cuisine: Tokyo
    1.0
    CUL 275.16
    Japanese Cuisine: Osaka
    1.0
    CUL 275.17
    Japanese Cuisine: Street Food
    1.0
    CUL 275.31
    Pekinese Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.32
    Shanghainese Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.33
    Hunanese Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.34
    Cantonese Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.48
    Indian Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.49
    Malaysian Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.64
    Greek Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.65
    Spanish Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.66
    Mexican Cuisine: Oaxacan
    1.0
    CUL 275.67
    Mexican Cuisine: Yucatan
    1.0
    CUL 275.68
    Mexican Cuisine: Veracruz
    1.0
    CUL 275.80
    Northwestern Italian Cuisines
    1.0
    CUL 275.81
    Northern Italian Cuisines
    1.0
    CUL 275.82
    Northeastern Italian Cuisines
    1.0
    CUL 275.83
    Southern Italian Cuisines
    1.0
    CUL 275.84
    Eastern Central Italian Cuisine
    1.0
    CUL 275.85
    Western Central Italian Cuisine
    1.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    The degree will be granted upon completion of the required courses with a grade of "C" or better.

  • Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001042

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.50 Units

    (707) 524-1758

    bfischer@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management Degree program is designed to train individuals in all aspects of restaurant management. Successful students will be prepared to work in a variety of managerial roles in restaurants, hotels, catering companies and other similar food service businesses.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Employ proper restaurant operations procedures to ensure compliance with safety and sanitation regulations;
    2. Use basic math skills to accomplish cash management, labor, and food and beverage costing;
    3. Develop employee professionalism in a restaurant setting;
    4. Implement industry-standard human resource practices conforming to federal and state wage and labor laws;
    5. Employ industry standards relating to service, sales, and alcoholic beverage service;
    6. Apply human resource principles to manage a restaurant staff;
    7. Employ the diversity of cultural influences and values related to a professional culinary environment; and
    8. Exercise critical thinking in evaluating information, solving problems, and making decisions related to food preparation and food service.

    Culinary Arts: Restaurant Management Requirements - complete 17.5 units

    CUL 250
    Sanitation and Safety
    1.0
    CUL 250.1
    Culinary Arts Survey
    1.0
    CUL 255.2
    Careers in the Food and Beverage Industry
    1.0
    CUL 256
    Restaurant Dining Room Service
    2.0
    CUL 256.3
    Introduction to Front House Operations
    1.0
    CUL 256.8
    Beverage Management
    1.0
    CUL 256.9
    Restaurant Wine Management
    1.0
    CUL 256.10
    Restaurant Operations
    3.0
    CUL 256.11
    Wine and Food Pairing
    1.5
    CUL 256.12
    Restaurant Wine Service
    0.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.5 units from the following:

    BGN 81
    Practical Business Math Skills
    3.0
    BMG 61
    Skills for Managers
    1.5
    CUL 99I
    Culinary Arts Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    CUL 251A
    Culinary Fundamentals 1
    3.0
    CUL 254.4
    Purchasing and Bakeshop Management
    1.0
    HOSP 53
    Customer Service
    1.5
    HOSP 54
    Customer Relations for the Hospitality Industry
    1.5
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    If CUL 99I is selected as an elective, it should be completed for 1 unit.

  • Dance (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001009

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    24.00 Units

    (707) 527-4260

    chillman@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Dance major leads to an Associate in Arts in Dance and provides the student with a solid foundation in ballet, modern and jazz dance as well as the opportunity to explore other areas of interest. The Dance major will prepare a student for transfer or for careers in dance.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate proficiency in modern, jazz, and ballet dance forms, in both the performance and production aspects of dance;
    2. display the skills and techniques necessary for employment as instructors, choreographers, and/or performers;
    3. apply the craft and aesthetic qualities of dance orally, practically, and in writing; and
    4. apply the skills and knowledge of dance in advanced courses in order to transfer to four year institutions.

    Area I: Core Requirements- Theory - complete 5.0 units

    DANCE 2
    Survey of Dance History
    3.0
    DANCE 3.1
    Choreography I
    2.0

    Area II: Core Requirements-Technique - complete 15.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 15.0 units from the following:

    DANCE 11.1
    Ballet I
    1.5
    DANCE 11.2
    Ballet II
    1.5
    DANCE 11.3
    Ballet III
    1.5
    DANCE 11.4
    Ballet IV
    1.5
    DANCE 11.5
    Ballet V
    1.5
    DANCE 11.6
    Ballet VI
    1.5
    DANCE 13.1
    Jazz Dance I
    1.5
    DANCE 13.2
    Jazz Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 13.3
    Jazz Dance III
    1.5
    DANCE 13.4
    Jazz Dance IV
    1.5
    DANCE 13.5
    Jazz Dance V
    1.5
    DANCE 13.6
    Jazz Dance VI
    1.5
    DANCE 16.1
    Modern Dance I
    1.5
    DANCE 16.2
    Modern Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 16.3
    Modern Dance III
    1.5
    DANCE 16.4
    Modern Dance IV
    1.5
    DANCE 16.5
    Modern Dance V
    1.5
    DANCE 16.6
    Modern Dance VI
    1.5

    Area III: Dance Electives - complete 4.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    DANCE 14.2
    Contemporary Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 14.3
    Contemporary Dance III
    1.5
    DANCE 14.4
    Contemporary Dance IV
    1.5
    DANCE 21.1
    Hip Hop/Funk I
    1.5
    DANCE 21.2
    Hip Hop/Funk II
    1.5
    DANCE 21.3
    Hip Hop/Funk III
    1.5
    DANCE 21.4
    Hip Hop/Funk IV
    1.5
    DANCE 21.5
    Hip Hop/Funk V
    1.5
    DANCE 21.6
    Hip Hop/Funk VI
    1.5
    DANCE 27
    Dance Production: Experience
    2.0
    DANCE 28
    Choreography for Performance
    2.0
    DANCE 29
    Dance Performance and Touring Company
    2.0
    DANCE 32
    Dance Repertory
    1.5
    DANCE 88.1
    Latin Dance I
    1.0
    DANCE 88.2
    Latin Dance II
    1.0
    DANCE 88.3
    Latin Dance III
    1.0
    DANCE 88.4
    Latin Dance IV
    1.0
    DANCE 150
    Teaching Dance Techniques
    1.0
    KFIT 50
    Teaching Aide
    2.0

    Notes:

    1. There will be an orientation meeting during the first week of school. Please check with the department for place and time.

    2. It is HIGHLY recommended to take the courses in the sequence suggested; i.e., take Level I first semester (all dance forms), then Level II the second semester, etc.

    The courses below are only offered during the indicated semester:
    Dance 28 - Spring
    Dance 29 - Fall

    The necessary higher level Dance technique classes (levels III and IV) need to be taken prior to the expiration of the 4 semester limit. (repeat code 22)

  • Dental Hygiene (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002012

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    100.00 Units

    (707) 527-4583

    lfleckner@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Dental Hygiene Associate Degree program at Santa Rosa Junior College is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association. Students receive a comprehensive education in the health sciences and in clinical dental hygiene and are prepared for entry into the practice of dental hygiene.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Discern and manage the ethical issues of dental hygiene practice in a rapidly changing health environment;
    2. advance the profession through active participation and affiliation with professional and community service, and display lifelong professional growth and development;
    3. initiate and assume responsibility for health promotion and disease prevention activities for diverse populations;
    4. formulate comprehensive dental hygiene care plans that are patient centered and based on current scientific evidence;
    5. provide treatment that includes preventive and therapeutic procedures to promote and maintain oral health and assist the patient in achieving oral health goals; and
    6. evaluate the effectiveness of patient treatment, patient education, planned clinical and community educational services and make necessary modifications.

    Program Selection Process:

    Please contact the Dental Hygiene coordinator in the Health Science department for information.

    Dental Hygiene Prerequisites - complete 32.0 units

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 1A
    Reading & Composition
    4.0
    ESL 10
    ESL College Composition
    4.5
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MATH 101
    Mathematics for the Associate Degree
    3.0
    MATH 154
    Elementary and Intermediate Algebra For Business and STEM
    8.0
    MATH 155
    Intermediate Algebra
    4.0
    MATH 156
    Intermediate Algebra for Business and STEM Majors
    5.0
    MATH 161
    Mathematics Preparation for Statistics and Liberal Arts
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 5.0 units from the following:

    CHEM 60
    General, Organic and Biological Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    And
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    And
    CHEM 8
    Introductory Organic Chemistry
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MICRO 5
    General Microbiology
    5.0
    MICRO 60
    Fundamentals of Microbiology
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 62
    Nutrition and Diet Therapy
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    ENGL 5
    Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 3
    Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0

    Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Assoc. Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    CHLD 68
    Working With Children and Families in a Diverse Society
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    or
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    And
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0

    Dental Hygiene Core Requirements - complete 59.0 units

    DE 50
    Introduction to the Dental Profession
    2.0
    DE 51
    Occupational Health & Safety
    2.0
    DE 55A
    Introduction to Dental Radiology 1
    2.0
    DE 55B
    Dental Radiology
    1.0
    DH 68
    Dental Hygiene-Electronic Patient Records
    0.5
    DH 69
    Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice
    1.0
    DH 70
    Dental Anatomy and Tooth Morphology
    2.5
    DH 71A
    Clinical Dental Hygiene Care and Theory 1
    5.0
    DH 71B
    Clinical Dental Hygiene Care and Theory 2
    5.0
    DH 71C
    Clinical Dental Hygiene Care and Theory 3
    2.0
    DH 71D
    Clinical Dental Hygiene Care and Theory 4
    7.0
    DH 71E
    Clinical Dental Hygiene Care and Theory 5
    7.0
    DH 72
    Oral Health Education
    2.0
    DH 74
    Head and Neck Anatomy, Histology and Embryology
    3.0
    DH 75
    Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist
    2.0
    DH 76
    Dental Materials for the Dental Hygienist
    2.0
    DH 78
    Local Anesthesia/Nitrous Oxide Conscious Sedation
    1.0
    DH 79
    Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist
    2.0
    DH 80
    Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist
    2.0
    DH 81
    Community Dental Health
    2.0
    DH 83
    Ethics, Jurisprudence & Practice Mgmt for Dental Hygienist
    2.0
    DH 85
    Advanced Periodontal Dental Hygiene Care
    2.0
    DH 86
    Integration of Dental Hygiene and Dentistry
    2.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    All Dental Hygiene major prerequisites must be completed prior to entering the Dental Hygiene program

    Notes:

    COMM 7 may be applied to 'Communication' as well as 'Cultural Diversity' requirement

    All courses taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a letter grade of 'C' or better.

  • Diesel Equipment Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002019

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    48.00 Units

    (707) 522-2601

    jkosten@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Diesel Equipment Technology major offers both theoretical and hands-on training related to diesel equipment including diesel engines, drive trains, fuel, electrical, hydraulic, brake and suspension systems.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate safe operation of hand tools, power tools and specialized diesel tools and equipment;
    2. identify major truck, construction and agricultural equipment components;
    3. diagnose major component failures and recommend repairs;
    4. perform typical major component repairs; and
    5. access and interpret Diesel service information and schematics both manually and on the computer.

    Diesel Equipment Technology Requirements - complete 47.0 units

    AUTO 120
    Automotive Service Advisor, Business Ethics, and Management
    3.0
    AUTO 126
    Mobile Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
    2.5
    AUTO 156
    Automotive Electrical System
    5.0
    DET 179
    Diesel Shop Practices
    3.0
    DET 182A
    Diesel Engine Overhaul
    3.0
    DET 182B
    Diesel Engine Fuel Systems
    3.0
    DET 184
    Mobile Hydraulics
    3.0
    DET 185
    Heavy Duty Chassis and Undercarriage Systems
    3.0
    DET 188
    Heavy-Duty Power Train
    3.0
    DET 189
    Heavy Duty Equipment Electrical Systems
    3.0
    MACH 51A
    Beginning Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    WELD 170
    Beginning Welding: Fundamentals of Arc and Gas Welding
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 7.0 units from the following:

    AUTO 151
    Automotive Engines
    7.0
    AUTO 153
    Automotive Engine Performance and Pollution Control
    7.0
    AUTO 154
    Automotive Brakes, Steering, and Suspension
    7.0
    AUTO 155
    Automotive Drive Train
    6.0
    AUTO 194
    Introduction to Hybrid Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    DET 181
    Preventive Maintenance and Inspection
    3.0
    WEOC 99I
    Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    CSKLS 373
    Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning
    3.5
    IED 190
    Industrial Mathematics
    1.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    DET 179 and DET 181 are beginning courses, one of which should be taken prior to or concurrently with other DET core classes.

  • Dietetic Technician (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002049

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    43.00 Units

    (707) 521-6921

    jtarver@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Dietetic Technician Major prepares individuals to manage an efficient, safe and healthful food service or to work in health promotion in the community. Students acquire skills for supervising both food production and personnel in health care and other food service institutions; for assisting individuals in the selection of food; and for assisting dietitians with nutrition screening and education. Courses include both classroom instruction and supervised field experience in community nutrition and local food service establishments. The Dietetic Technician major courses meet the minimal requirement of the California Department of Health Services for managing the food service department in a health care facility. Some required courses have strictly enforced prerequisites.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Take and pass the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) Exam for Dietetic Technicians, Registered (DTR) or be prepared to continue education in nutrition, dietetics, or foodservice at a higher level;
    2. communicate clearly and professionally as a Dietetic Technician, Registered, in written and verbal formats;
    3. apply basic knowledge of nutrition and physiology in assisting individuals with health promotion and disease prevention;
    4. prepare nutritional care plans for and provide counseling to clients from diverse cultural and social backgrounds at various stages in the lifecycle;
    5. manage cost control, purchasing, inventory, meal production, employee scheduling and supervision of foodservice workers for safe and sanitary commercial food production;
    6. use leadership skills to motivate employees to work as a team in an efficient and effective manner that meets or exceeds client expectations; and
    7. exhibit professional behaviors in all aspects of work as competent DTRs.

    Dietetic Technician Requirements - complete 42.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    DIET 50
    Sanitation and Safety
    2.0
    DIET 52
    Management Training Techniques
    2.0
    DIET 55
    Food Production Management
    3.0
    DIET 106.1
    Supervised Field Experience for Dietetic Technician 1
    4.5
    DIET 106.2
    Supervised Field Experience for Dietetic Technician 2
    4.5
    DIET 176
    Applied Nutrition Therapy
    3.0
    DIET 176L
    Applied Nutrition Therapy Lab
    1.0
    DIET 191
    Counseling and Group Facilitation Skills in Healthcare
    3.0
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 75
    Principles of Food
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    PHYSIO 58
    Introduction to Human Physiology
    3.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    DIET 70
    Introduction to Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Service
    1.0
    FDNT 70
    Introduction to Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Service
    1.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    The orientation course for this program is DIET 70 or FDNT 70: Introduction to Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Service

    Recommended electives: FDNT 60 Nutrition & Physical Fitness and FDNT 112 Sustainable Food Choices

    All courses taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a letter grade of 'C' or better.

    Students will complete a portfolio demonstrating competency in entry level Dietetic Technician skills as part of their Supervised Field Experience classes, DIET 106.1 and 106.2.

  • Digital Media: 3D Modeling and Animation (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002055

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    29.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    gpasqualetti@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Digital Media: 3D Modeling and Animation major provides fundamental skills for entry into a wide range of industries, including entertainment, architecture, electronic gaming, advertising, and educational media, as well as forensics and medical animation, and 3D simulations. This program also prepares students for advanced animation education through degree granting institutions and schools specializing in the film and broadcast fields. Students will explore the principles of three-dimensional (3D) modeling, texturing, lighting and animating, as well as the application of particle systems and dynamics to produce a range of effects. Emphasis is placed on modeling, rigging and animating 3D characters, and upon creating sophisticated 3D scenes. Upon completion, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the basic practices of designing, building and animating 3D environments, characters, and visual effects.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply the basic practices of designing, building, and animating 3D environments, characters, and visual effects; and
    2. Produce 3D animations consistent with industry requirements for entry level animators.

    Digital Media: 3D Modeling & Animation Core Requirements - complete 28.0 units

    APTECH 43
    Computer Modeling and Animation with 3D Studio Max
    3.0
    APTECH 162
    3D Animation: Visual Effects and Compositing
    2.0
    APTECH 63
    3D Animation: Modeling and Rigging
    4.0
    APTECH 64
    3D Animation: Character Animation
    4.0
    APTECH 65
    Advanced 3D Animation Workshop
    4.0
    APTECH 168
    3D Animation: Introduction to Virtual Reality
    2.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing and Composition 1
    3.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    APTECH 46
    Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
    2.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0
    ART 69
    Introduction to Cartooning and Sequential Art
    3.0
    CS 41
    Game Design
    4.0
    CS 70.11A
    Adobe Photoshop 1
    3.0
    CS 74.21A
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 1
    1.5
    CS 74.21B
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 2
    1.5
    CS 74.42
    Introduction to Game Coding
    4.0
    CS 78.1
    3D Printing
    3.0
    MEDIA 20
    Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
    4.0
    MEDIA 22
    Screenwriting
    3.0
    THAR 10A
    Introduction to Acting
    3.0
    THAR 10B
    Scene Study and Characterization
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Digital Media: Audio (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001047

    Term Effective: Fall 2016

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4790

    rbudginas@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The purpose of the Digital Media: Audio program, (formerly Audio Production for Digital Media), is to provide students with an overview of MIDI sequencing, sound synthesis, audio recording, digital and analog audio technology, basic music theory, sound design for multimedia applications including video games (for educational and/or entertainment purposes), and delivery of audio content over radio, television, and the Internet. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in professional audio production including audio engineering, sound design, audio-for-video post-production, broadcasting, and CD/DVD mastering.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate technical proficiency with a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW);
    2. create digtial audio recordings and master them for distribution; and
    3. design audio for video, computer games, and other multimedia applications.

    Digital Media: Audio Requirements - complete 25.0 units

    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    MUSC 50
    Introduction to MIDI
    3.0
    MUSC 51A
    Digital Audio: Fundamentals
    3.0
    MUSC 51B
    Digital Audio: Multimedia
    3.0
    MUSC 60A
    Audio Recording 1
    3.0
    MUSC 60B
    Audio Recording 2
    3.0
    CS 50.32
    Web / Interactive Media Projects
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 1
    Music Fundamentals
    3.0
    MUSC 2A
    Introduction to Music Theory
    3.0
    MUSCP 11A
    Class Piano 1
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Digital Media: Digital Filmmaking (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002056

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    33.00 Units

    (707) 522-2709

    bantonson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Digital Filmmaking major is designed to provide students with a foundation in film history and film form as well as in field production and postproduction techniques for digital filmmaking. The program will prepare students for broadcast and commercials, digital photography, documentary/biography production, legal and forensic video production, duplication and transfer, DVD authoring/mastering, videos for websites, online advertisements, public service announcements, industrial and corporate training videos, live internet streaming, live seminar capture, music videos, post production/editing, sports/performance events, media tech work on live events (including video production troubleshooting), and we video production/encoding.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Produce a professional quality video project using industry standard non-linear editing software and audio editing software; and
    2. Use DVD authoring software to create a project with multiple menus and special features for playback on the Web or DVD.

    Digital Media: Digital Filmmaking Core Requirements - complete 32.0 units

    CS 50.32
    Web / Interactive Media Projects
    4.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    CS 74.21A
    Digital Video Post Production Techniques 1
    1.5
    CS 74.21B
    Digital Video Post Production Techniques 2
    1.5
    JOUR 55
    Multimedia Reporting
    4.0
    MEDIA 10
    Film Appreciation
    4.0
    MEDIA 19
    Multi-Camera Studio Production
    4.0
    MEDIA 20
    Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    APTECH 63
    3D Animation: Modeling and Rigging
    4.0
    APTECH 64
    3D Animation: Visual Effects, Character Anim. & Compositing
    4.0
    ART 82
    Beginning Digital Photography
    3.0
    CS 70.11B
    Adobe Photoshop 2
    3.0
    CS 74.21C
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 3
    3.0
    MEDIA 21
    Intermediate Digital Filmmaking
    4.0
    MEDIA 22
    Screenwriting
    3.0
    MEDIA 123
    Intermediate Screenwriting
    3.0
    THAR 10A
    Introduction to Acting
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Digital Media: Game Development (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002054

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    25.00 Units

    (707) 527-4370

    mstarkey@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Game Development major provides a course of study that prepares students to transfer to a four-year degree program focusing on the design and programming of interactive computer games and leading to a career in the game development industry. The Game Development major focuses on computer programming, mathematics, and game design and programming.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply systems-level thinking and abstraction in the context of interactive computational media.
    2. Recognize and understand the social, legal, ethical, and cultural issues in the discipline of computer games.
    3. Demonstrate knowledge of visual interaction design and artistic practices in domains involving playful interactions.
    4. Demonstrate written and oral communication skills regarding technical and analytical consideration of computer games.
    5. Design a technical system that achieves creative goals for audience experience in computational media.
    6. Demonstrate the ability collectively plan, organize, and execute complex, teamoriented projects, using appropriate communication and coordination techniques.

    Digital Media: Game Programming Core Requirements - complete 24.0 units

    CS 41
    Game Design
    4.0
    CS 74.40
    History of Games
    3.0
    CS 74.42
    Introduction to Game Coding
    4.0
    GD 90
    Designing the User Experience
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    APTECH 43
    Computer Modeling and Animation with 3D Studio Max
    3.0
    CS 10A
    Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies
    4.0
    CS 10B
    Programming Concepts and Methodologies 1
    4.0
    CS 17.11
    Java Programming
    3.0
    CS 50A
    Web Development 1
    3.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    GD 51
    Introduction to Graphic Design
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Digital Media: Web and Multimedia (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001040

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    20.00 Units

    (707) 527-4855

    ewilde@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Digital Media: Web and Multimedia major provides students with the knowledge and skills to generate and manipulate graphics, animations, sound, text and video into consolidated and seamless website and multimedia presentations.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Complete professional projects, products, and other assignments in applications using industry-standard web and multimedia applications.
    2. Demonstrate analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills as they apply to web and multimedia design.
    3. Understand, apply, and integrate knowledge of the principles and standards of web and digital media design and demonstrate this in professional projects and assignments that rely on best design practices, software, programming and markup language expertise.

    Web Development Core Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    CS 50A
    Web Development 1
    3.0
    CS 50B
    Web Development 2
    3.0
    CS 50C
    Web Development 3
    3.0

    Web and Multimedia Emphasis Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    CS 50.32
    Web and Digital Media Projects
    4.0
    CS 70.11A
    Adobe Photoshop 1
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    CS 74.21A
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 1
    1.5
    CS 74.21B
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 2
    1.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Early Childhood Education (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002063

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    27.00 Units

    (707) 527-4828

    mwarner@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Early Childhood Education degree provides the foundational courses for transfer into upper division programs in Child Development, Human Development, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Studies, Child and Adolescent Development. It is based on the work of the Early Childhood Curriculum Alignment Project and therefore it has a curriculum and student learning outcomes similar to other aligned colleges. It fulfills the transfer model curriculum for many CSU campuses. The degree consists of evidence-based courses that are intended to become a foundational core for all early care and education professionals. Students will receive a comprehensive survey of the field of early childhood education including the growth and development of young children, the role of community and society in that development and the fundamentals of being an early childhood educator in a variety of settings. The Early Childhood Education Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an AS-T are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. 1. Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: * The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and * A minimum of 27 semester units as required for the Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education for Transfer major. 2. Obtainment of an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0. 3. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education for Transfer major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Integrate an understanding of the potential, the characteristics, and the multiple influences on the development of children into the delivery of high quality care and programs;
    2. design, implement and evaluate play based environments and activities that support developmental appropriate learning outcomes for all young children;
    3. apply effective guidance and interaction strategies that support all children’s social learning, identity and self-esteem;
    4. develop strategies that promote relationships between programs, teachers, families, and their communities; and
    5. demonstrate ethical standards and professional behaviors that reflect understanding, knowledge, and a commitment to the field of early childhood education and care.

    Early Childhood Education for Transfer Requirements - complete 27.0 units

    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    CHLD 51
    Principles and Practices of Early Childhood Education
    3.0
    CHLD 66
    Early Childhood Care and Education Practicum
    6.0
    CHLD 68
    Working With Children and Families in a Diverse Society
    3.0
    CHLD 90.1
    Child, Family, Community Interrelationships
    3.0
    CHLD 90.2
    Observation and Assessment of Young Children
    3.0
    CHLD 90.3
    Health, Safety and Nutrition for the Young Child
    3.0
    CHLD 90.4
    Introduction to Curriculum
    3.0
  • Economics (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001069

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    26.00 Units

    (707) 524-1812

    adonegan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Economics will prepare and guide students seeking a bachelor’s degree in Economics and will fulfill the lower division requirements for that degree at a CSU. The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Economics is designed to provide a clear transfer pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: -(A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and -(B) A minimum of 26-28 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Economics major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Economics major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply economic theories and economic reasoning to real life situations using the concepts of scarcity, marginal analysis, opportunity cost for individual and collective decision-making;
    2. use analytical techniques to measure economic conditions related to the individual, business firms, industries, and economic systems;
    3. explain the role that households, business organizations, governments, and the international sector, play in free markets, command economics, and mixed economies; and
    4. evaluate the objectives, limitations, and mechanics of regulation, taxation, tariffs, quotas, and monetary and fiscal policies.

    Economics For Transfer Core Requirements - complete 20.0 units

    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Economics for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 2
    Managerial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 18
    The Legal Environment of Business
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    CS 84.21
    Management Information Systems
    3.0
    ENGL 5
    Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
    3.0
    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0

    Economics for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 2
    Managerial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 18
    The Legal Environment of Business
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 9
    Critical Thinking and Argumentation
    3.0
    CS 84.21
    Management Information Systems
    3.0
    ECON 12
    Introduction to Economics and the Environment
    3.0
    ECON 30
    International Economics
    3.0
    ENGL 5
    Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
    3.0
    MATH 5
    Introduction to Linear Algebra
    3.0
    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0

    Notes:

    NOTE: A course used to satisfy the List A requirement may not also be used to satisfy the List B requirement.

  • Engineering (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002051

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    37.00 Units

    (707) 527-4359

    vbertsch@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Engineering major is designed for students seeking to fulfill lower division preparation for junior level transfer to bachelor degree engineering programs at four-year colleges and universities. Students develop the analysis, teamwork, design, and communication skills necessary to succeed in their upper division work and as an engineer in industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply lower division level knowledge of math, science, and engineering to the formulation and solution of engineering problems;
    2. show competence with modern engineering tools necessary for success in upper division engineering course work;
    3. demonstrate a solid foundation of communication, teamwork, analysis, and design skills necessary for success in upper division work; and
    4. develop a foundation for life-long learning in the evolving group of engineering disciplines that function within a framework of environmental, social, political, health and safety, economic and ethical concerns.

    Engineering Requirements - complete 37.0 units

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 1C
    Calculus, Third Course
    4.0
    MATH 2
    Calculus, Fourth Course-Differential Equations
    3.0
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ENGR 6
    Programming in MATLAB for Engineers
    3.0
    ENGR 10
    Introduction to the Engineering Profession
    1.5
    ENGR 16
    Electric Circuits and Devices
    4.0
    ENGR 25
    Engineering Graphics and Design
    3.0
    ENGR 34
    Engineering Mechanics: Statics
    3.0
    ENGR 45
    Properties of Materials
    4.0
    ENGR 101
    Engineering Design Project
    1.0
    ENGR 102
    Robotics Design Project
    1.0
    ENGR 103
    Microcontroller Projects
    1.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 42
    Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers
    4.0
  • English (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001061

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4251

    jchin@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The English Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. Completion of 60 semester units that include: 1. A minimum of 18 semester or 27 quarter units in the major as determined by the community college district , and 2. The California State University General Education-Breadth (CSU GE-Breadth) pattern of 39 units; OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern of 37 units. 3. Obtainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 and Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Critically read, analyze, and interpret diverse literary works;
    2. Write clear, effective and original expository and argumentative essays on the college level;
    3. Communicate their understanding and analysis of literature in both formal and informal discussion;
    4. Show familiarity with the historic and cultural contexts of literatures in the United States, Great Britain, and other English speaking countries;
    5. Analyze literature arising from any tradition and any cultural group;
    6. Demonstrate sensitivity to cultural differences as they are expressed in literary works published not only in English, but in translation;
    7. Apply a range of both historic and contemporary critical approaches to literature; and
    8. Support critical arguments with sufficient research and appropriate secondary sources.

    English for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    ENGL 1B
    Literature and Composition
    3.0
    ENGL 5
    Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
    3.0

    English for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 30.1
    American Literature: Pre-Colonial Period to the Civil War
    3.0
    ENGL 30.2
    American Literature from 1865 to the Present
    3.0
    ENGL 46.1
    Survey of English Literature Part 1
    3.0
    ENGL 46.2
    Survey of English Literature Part 2
    3.0

    English for Transfer List B Requirement - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 2
    Introduction to the Novel
    3.0
    ENGL 3
    Introduction to Poetry
    3.0
    ENGL 4A
    Beginning Creative Writing
    3.0
    ENGL 7
    Introduction to the Short Story
    3.0
    ENGL 27
    Introduction to Shakespeare
    3.0

    English for Transfer List C Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 9
    Contemporary World Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 10
    Introduction to Literature and the Environment
    3.0
    ENGL 11
    Introduction to Dramatic Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 12
    Children's Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 14
    Dystopian Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 25
    Introduction to Language Study
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African-American Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 36
    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender Arts and Literature
    3.0
  • Environmental Horticulture: Landscape Construction and Maintenance (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002029

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    23.00 Units

    (707) 527-4409

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Environmental Horticulture: Landscape Construction and Maintenance major program deals with all aspects of plant use in the landscape. This program provides an introductory base of plant knowledge and landscape skills, allowing students the option of entering a variety of jobs with the preparation for rapid advancement within their chosen occupations.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Create a materials takeoff for hardscape features;
    2. develop the skills to perform landscape contractor construction skills;
    3. demonstrate proper landscape plant maintenance practices;
    4. develop proper water efficient practices in the landscape; and
    5. assess plants for landscape purposes.

    Environmental Horticulture: Landscape Construction and Maintenance Requirements - complete 22.0 units

    HORT 8
    Plant Materials: Summer/Fall
    3.0
    HORT 12
    Plant Materials: Winter/Spring
    3.0
    HORT 51
    Introduction to Horticulture
    3.0
    HORT 80
    Landscape Practices
    3.0
    HORT 91
    Landscape Construction/Estimation
    3.0
    HORT 144
    Landscape Irrigation
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    AGRI 98
    Independent Study in Agriculture
    3.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0
    AGBUS 61
    Agricultural Marketing
    3.0
    AGBUS 62
    Agricultural Sales and Communication
    3.0
    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0
    HORT 70
    Plant Propagation
    3.0
    HORT 71
    Nursery Production
    3.0
    HORT 93
    Landscape Drafting and Design
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Only one unit of AGRI 98 Independent Study or AGRI 99I Work Experience/Internship is required, but students may elect to take additional units.

    The following courses are anticipated to be added as elective options: HORT 127 and HORT 133.

  • Environmental Horticulture: Landscape Design (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002027

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Environmental Horticulture: Garden Design major prepares students for occupations within the landscape industry that require garden design skills. The program emphasizes hands-on learning, and most courses incorporate lab activities that apply knowledge and skills in realistic settings.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply proper landscape principles to an appropriate site;
    2. apply color media to the graphic presentation of a landscape plan; and
    3. prepare perspective drawings of a design.

    Environmental Horticulture: Landscape Design - complete 25.0 units

    HORT 8
    Plant Materials: Summer/Fall
    3.0
    HORT 12
    Plant Materials: Winter/Spring
    3.0
    HORT 51
    Introduction to Horticulture
    3.0
    HORT 91
    Landscape Construction/Estimation
    3.0
    HORT 93
    Landscape Drafting and Design
    3.0
    HORT 144
    Landscape Irrigation
    3.0
    HORT 195
    CAD: Landscape Site Plans
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    AGRI 98
    Independent Study in Agriculture
    3.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0
    AGBUS 61
    Agricultural Marketing
    3.0
    AGBUS 62
    Agricultural Sales and Communication
    3.0
    HORT 70
    Plant Propagation
    3.0
    HORT 71
    Nursery Production
    3.0
    HORT 80
    Landscape Practices
    3.0
    HORT 184
    Introduction to Arboriculture
    3.0
    HORT 196
    CAD: Advanced Landscape Design
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Only one unit of AGRI 98 Independent Study or AGRI 99I Work Experience/Internship is required, but students may elect to take additional units.

  • Environmental Horticulture: Nursery Management (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002030

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4409

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Environmental Horticulture: Nursery Management major prepares students to advance to management positions in nurseries that propagate, grow and market plants for use in the home, business or the landscape.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate proper plant propagation techniques;
    2. define proper greenhouse environment required for propagation;
    3. compare and contrast container vs field production systems,
    4. apply appropriate behavior and workplace policies; and
    5. organize an effective product display.

    Environmental Horticulture: Nursery Requirements - complete 25.0 units

    AGRI 70
    Integrated Pest Management
    3.0
    HORT 8
    Plant Materials: Summer/Fall
    3.0
    HORT 12
    Plant Materials: Winter/Spring
    3.0
    HORT 51
    Introduction to Horticulture
    3.0
    HORT 70
    Plant Propagation
    3.0
    HORT 71
    Nursery Production
    3.0
    HORT 144
    Landscape Irrigation
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    AGRI 98
    Independent Study in Agriculture
    3.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0
    AGBUS 61
    Agricultural Marketing
    3.0
    AGBUS 62
    Agricultural Sales and Communication
    3.0
    HORT 72
    Greenhouse Production
    3.0
    HORT 80
    Landscape Practices
    3.0
    HORT 91
    Landscape Construction/Estimation
    3.0
    HORT 93
    Landscape Drafting and Design
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Only one unit of AGRI 98 Independent Study or AGRI 99I Work Experience/Internship is required, but students may elect to take additional units.

  • Environmental Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 002048

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    21.00 Units

    (707) 527-4638

    kgerber@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Environmental Studies major will provide students with an understanding of the manner in which various disciplines study the environment and approach our most pressing environmental issues. The degree in Environmental Studies will also help prepare students for transfer to a broad-based Environmental Studies program at a University of California or California State University campus.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Summarize, analyze and critically evaluate environmental information from a variety of sources;
    2. apply critical thinking skills to identify environmental issues, recognize their causes, and to evaluate potential solutions;
    3. integrate the perspectives of the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences as they pertain to environmental issues;
    4. explain the societal (social, political, economic, cultural and/or ethical) variables that contribute to environmental degradation; and
    5. reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers, and environmental actors, in a complex interconnected world.

    Environmental Studies Core Requirements - complete 14.0 units

    ENVST 40
    Environmental Forum
    1.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 12.0 units from the following:

    BIO 12
    Basic Concepts of Ecology
    3.0
    ECON 12
    Introduction to Economics and the Environment
    3.0
    ENGL 10
    Introduction to Literature and the Environment
    3.0
    ENVS 12
    Introduction to Environmental Science
    3.0
    NRM 12
    Introduction to Environmental Conservation
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    SOCS 12
    Environmental Policy and Politics
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.0 unit from the following:

    CI 53
    Community Engagement Related to Environmental Studies
    3.0
    WEOC 99
    Occupational Work Experience
    8.0
    WEOC 99I
    Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Environmental Studies Science/Math Elective Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 1
    Biological Anthropology
    3.0
    BIO 2.1
    Fundamentals of Biology (Cell and Molecular)
    5.0
    BIO 2.2
    Fundamentals of Biology (Evolution, Genetics, and Zoology)
    5.0
    BIO 2.3
    Fundamentals of Biology (Botany and Ecology)
    5.0
    BIO 12
    Basic Concepts of Ecology
    3.0
    BIO 25
    Marine Biology
    4.0
    BIO 27
    Biology of Marine Mammals
    3.0
    BIO 31
    Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation
    2.0
    BOTANY 60
    Field Botany
    4.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    ENVS 12
    Introduction to Environmental Science
    3.0
    GEOG 4
    Physical Geography
    3.0
    GEOL 20
    Natural Disasters
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    NRM 12
    Introduction to Environmental Conservation
    3.0
    NRM 51
    Wildland Trees and Shrubs
    3.0
    NRM 84
    Introduction to Fish and Wildlife Conservation
    3.0
    NRM 88
    Watershed Ecology and Restoration
    3.0
    NRM 103
    Restoring Native Habitats
    0.5
    SUSAG 50
    Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture
    3.0

    Environmental Studies Behavioral/Social Sciences/Humanities Elective Reqs - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ARCH 12
    Introduction to Environmental Design
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 12
    Introduction to Economics and the Environment
    3.0
    ENGL 10
    Introduction to Literature and the Environment
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HUMAN 5
    World Humanities: Arts, Ideas, Values
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0
    SOCS 12
    Environmental Policy and Politics
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Completing four of six core courses is required to fulfill the core requirement for the major.
    (BIO 12, ECON 12, ENVS 12, NRM 12, PHIL 12, SOCS 12, and ENGL 10)

    Students are encouraged to use remaining core courses to fulfill elective requirements for the major.

    No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major.

    The Work Experience/Internship/Community Involvement Requirement:

    The work experience/internship/community involvement requirement is an integral part of the Environmental Studies major. This requirement is intended to give students the chance to apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom to real-world situations. Additionally, it may provide networking opportunities and build awareness regarding potential career options. To develop an appropriate work experience/internship or community involvement experience, students will work with their instructors and the SRJC Work Experience and Internships department. Most students will complete this requirement in their second year of study.

  • Fashion Design (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001035

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    25.50 Units

    (707) 527-4313

    emelville@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Fashion Studies Program’s Fashion Design major offers students interested in careers in the fashion industry a combination of theoretical and hands-on instruction. Students will learn about the history of modern fashion as well as all aspects of apparel production from creating the initial design to sourcing of textiles and materials, to patternmaking and sample sewing, through to the marketing and presentation of the finished garment.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Communicate design concepts through technical sketches and illustrations.
    2. Translate garment design concepts from sketches to patterns.
    3. Execute the pattern and construction of a garment from concept to finished product.
    4. Relate the history and social context of fashion to current industry trends.
    5. Apply technical and professional skills expected in the fashion industry as both an employee and an entrepreneur.

    Fashion Design Requirements - complete 25.5 units

    FASH 8
    Introductory Textiles
    3.0
    FASH 52.2
    Visual Merchandising
    2.0
    FASH 56
    Fashion Design and Illustration
    3.0
    FASH 60
    Draped Design
    2.0
    FASH 62A
    Flat Pattern Design 1
    2.0
    FASH 70A
    Clothing Construction 1
    3.0
    FASH 70B
    Clothing Construction 2
    3.0
    FASH 106
    Alterations of Readymade Clothes
    1.0
    FASH 121A
    Sewing with Knits: Basic Tee Shirts
    0.5
    FASH 121B
    Advanced Sewing with Knits
    0.5
    FASH 139
    Fashion Entrepreneurship
    3.0
    FASH 141
    Contemporary Fashion Designers
    3.0
    FASH 152
    Fashion Show
    2.0
    FASH 152L
    Fashion Show Production Lab
    0.5

    Notes:

    No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major.
    All courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

  • Fashion Fundamentals (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001037

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4313

    emelville@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Fashion Studies Program's Fashion Fundamentals Design major offers students interested in careers in the fashion industry a combination of theoretical and hands on instruction. Students will be introduced to basic clothing construction techniques, strategies for marketing and presenting apparel, as well as an overview of the history of modern fashion.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Execute industry standard garment construction techniques.
    2. Relate the history and social context of fashion to current industry trends.
    3. Apply technical and professional skills expected in the fashion industry as both an employee and entrepreneur.

    Fashion Fundamentals Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    FASH 8
    Introductory Textiles
    3.0
    FASH 52.2
    Visual Merchandising
    2.0
    FASH 70A
    Clothing Construction 1
    3.0
    FASH 70B
    Clothing Construction 2
    3.0
    FASH 139
    Fashion Entrepreneurship
    3.0
    FASH 141
    Contemporary Fashion Designers
    3.0
    FASH 152
    Fashion Show
    2.0
    FASH 152L
    Fashion Show Production Lab
    0.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    FASH 56
    Fashion Design and Illustration
    3.0
    FASH 60
    Draped Design
    2.0
    FASH 62A
    Flat Pattern Design 1
    2.0
    FASH 106
    Alterations of Readymade Clothes
    1.0
    FASH 121A
    Sewing with Knits: Basic Tee Shirts
    0.5
    FASH 121B
    Advanced Sewing with Knits
    0.5

    Notes:

    All courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

  • Film Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001075

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    20.00 Units

    (707) 778-3687

    mtraina@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Film Studies major is designed for students pursuing lower division preparation for a baccalaureate degree in Film, including Cinema Studies, Film History, Film Production, Media Studies, and Screenwriting. It provides a basic foundation in film aesthetics, film history, and digital film production while meeting the typical lower division requirements for a bachelor’s degree in Film at a four-year institution. The major is also designed to prepare students for careers in the film and television industries with opportunities to write and produce screenplays, collaboratively work on film production teams, and gain experience in programming and festival management through internships with the Petaluma campus cinematheque and Film Fest Petaluma, the city’s annual short film festival.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate a technical and theoretical understanding of cinema, including narrative forms, genres, and the complex interplay of image, sound, and motion.
    2. Demonstrate a broad-based understanding of the historical and aesthetic development of world cinema from its origins to the present day, including the impact of historical movements and new technologies.
    3. Demonstrate the ability to work as part of a production team to effectively plan, organize, and execute the production of a short digital film project.
    4. Demonstrate fluency in the vocabulary of film production and criticism.
    5. Demonstrate skills in the critical analysis of cinema by identifying how specific formal techniques are used to functionally support film narratives.
    6. Demonstrate an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of various industry professionals in both the artistic and commercial side of motion picture production, distribution and exhibition.
    7. Demonstrate an understanding of motion pictures as a technology, business, cultural product, global entertainment medium, and industrial art form.

    Film Studies - complete 19.0 units

    MEDIA 10
    Film Appreciation
    4.0
    MEDIA 14
    Early Film History
    4.0
    MEDIA 15
    Modern Film History
    4.0
    MEDIA 20
    Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0
    MEDIA 22
    Screenwriting
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Fire Science - Company Officer (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002076

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.50 Units

    (707) 836-2913

    ksebastiani@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Fire Science – Company Officer degree is designed for students who have already obtained State Fire Training Firefighter II and provides the student with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to be a successful first-line supervisor. The program includes California State recognized coursework that directly benefits students who may wish to advance within the fire service to a supervisory position.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills;
    2. Apply necessary skills to be a successful Company Officer;
    3. Understand and apply foundational knowledge as a Company Officer supervisor.

    Fire Science - Company Officer - complete 19.5 units

    FIRE 50
    Ethical Leadership in the Classroom
    0.5
    FIRE 69
    S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
    2.0
    FIRE 80
    Human Resource Management for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 81
    Fire Administration for Company Officers
    1.0
    FIRE 82
    Fire Inspections and Investigations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 83
    All Risk Command Operations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 84
    Wildland Incident Operations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 85
    Hazardous Materials Incident Commander
    2.0
    FIRE 86A
    Fire Service Instructor I
    2.0
    FIRE 90
    Firefighting Tactics and Strategy
    3.0
    FIRE 91
    ICS-200 Basic Incident Command System
    1.0
  • Fire Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002006

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    21.00 Units

    (707) 836-2913

    ksebastiani@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Fire Technology major provides practical and technical instruction to meet the requirements of various fire service agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify minimum qualifications and entry level skills for firefighter hiring. The student will be able to describe the following elements: application process, written exam process, physical agility exam, oral interview, chief’s interview, background investigation and the firefighter;
    2. demonstrate the ability to analyze, appraise and evaluate fire and emergency incidents and identify components of emergency management and firefighter safety including: size-up, report on conditions, the Incident Command System, RECEO, the 10 Standard Firefighting Orders, the 18 Situations that shout “Watch Out”, the 16 Firefighter Life Safety Initiatives and the common factors associated with injuries and line of duty deaths;
    3. identify and comprehend laws, regulations, codes and standards that influence fire department operations and identify regulatory and advisory organizations that create and mandate them, especially in the areas of fire prevention, building codes and ordinances and firefighter health and safety;
    4. analyze the causes of fire, determine extinguishing agents and methods; differentiate the stages of the fire and fire development, and compare methods of heat transfer;
    5. identify and describe the equipment and apparatus used in the fire service and the maintenance of said equipment and apparatus;
    6. identify and describe common types of building construction and conditions associated with structural collapse and firefighter safety; and
    7. differentiate between fire detection and alarm systems and identify common health and safety concerns of firefighters and first responders.

    Fire Technology Major Requirements - complete 21.0 units

    FIRE 71
    Fire Protection Organization
    3.0
    FIRE 72
    Fire Behavior and Combustion
    3.0
    FIRE 73
    Fire Prevention Technology
    3.0
    FIRE 74
    Fire Protection Equipment and Systems
    3.0
    FIRE 76
    Building Construction for Fire Protection
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    FIRE 77
    Hazardous Materials for Public Safety
    3.0
    FIRE 78
    Principles of Fire & Emergency Services Safety and Survival
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    EMC 100
    Emergency Medical Responder
    2.0
    EMC 103
    Emergency Medical Technician
    5.5
    FIRE 50
    Ethical Leadership in the Classroom
    0.3
    FIRE 61
    Fire Investigation
    3.0
    FIRE 69
    S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
    2.0
    FIRE 80
    Human Resource Management for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 81
    Fire Administration for Company Officers
    1.0
    FIRE 82
    Fire Inspections and Investigations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 83
    All Risk Command Operations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 84
    Wildland Incident Operations for Company Officers
    2.0
    FIRE 85
    Hazardous Materials Incident Commander
    2.0
    FIRE 86A
    Fire Service Instructor I
    2.0
    FIRE 86B
    Fire Service Instructor II Instructional Development
    1.0
    FIRE 86C
    Fire Service Instructor III Instructional Program Management
    1.0
    FIRE 107.1
    Volunteer Firefighter Skills
    1.5
    FIRE 107.2
    Advanced Volunteer Firefighter Skills
    4.0
    FIRE 206
    Wildland Firefighter Academy
    1.3
    FIRE 208
    Introduction to Firefighter I Academy
    1.5
    FIRE 208.5
    Firefighter II Capstone Training
    0.5
    FIRE 241
    Driver Operator 1A
    1.5
    FIRE 258
    Fire Apparatus 1B, Pumping Apparatus Operations
    1.0
    FIRE 280
    Structural Firefighting Dynamics
    0.3
    FIRE 284
    Truck Academy Operations
    1.5
    FIRE 284.1
    Residential Truck Academy
    1.0
    FIRE 290
    Firefighter Academy
    17.5

    Notes:

    The following courses are suggested to help the student fulfill the minimum of 60 units in courses numbered 1-299 required for the associate degree: AJ 221.9, EMC 100, EMC 103, FIRE 77, FIRE 206, FIRE 208, FIRE 208.1, FIRE 212, FIRE 241 or FIRE 258.

    Please see the catalog for a complete listing of degree requirements. All courses taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a letter grade of 'C' or better.

  • Fitness, Nutrition and Health (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001058

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    30.00 Units

    (707) 778-4116

    tjacobson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Fitness, Nutrition, and Health Major at Santa Rosa Junior College is designed to provide an in-depth study and practical application of principles of nutrition, weight management, behavior modification, fitness testing, physical fitness training, exercise leadership and program design. This certificate/major is for students seeking entry-level careers and/or additional training in the fitness and health industry. Possible career opportunities may include personal trainer, group exercise instructor, health or wellness coach, weight management consultant, aerobic dance instructor, and fitness instructor. This program also prepares students to sit for nationally recognized certification exams such as American Council on Exercise (ACE), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). This major is unique in its design because in addition to learning principles of exercise science, it also encompasses comprehensive topics in the area of health, nutrition, and behavior change vital for fitness trainers to address broader client goals and to meet the need of a growing trend toward wellness type coaching. This major also has a strong emphasis on practical “hands-on” experience and teaching techniques.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Design safe and effective training programs based on client needs, goals, fitness level and health history;
    2. demonstrate proper individual and group exercise leadership skills for general and special populations;
    3. evaluate client food intake and educate clients on healthful eating habits for weight management and physical performance;
    4. integrate behavior modification techniques and concepts of health and wellness to formulate comprehensive training plans; and
    5. analyze emerging information in the field of nutrition, health, and fitness and differentiate between credible and non-credible sources and information.

    Fitness, Nutrition and Health Major - complete 29.0 units

    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 60
    Nutrition and Physical Fitness
    1.0
    KINES 1
    Introduction to Kinesiology
    3.0
    KINES 50
    Teaching Practicum
    1.5
    KINES 53
    Principles of Health and Wellness
    3.0
    KINES 80
    Introduction to Applied Kinesiology and Anatomy
    3.0
    KINES 81
    Intro to Exercise Physiology
    3.0
    KINES 82
    Exercise Assessment and Prescription
    3.0
    KINES 83
    Techniques of Fitness Instruction
    3.0
    WEOC 99I
    Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    BMK 50
    Marketing
    3.0
    BMK 51
    Principles of Selling
    3.0
    DIET 191
    Counseling and Group Facilitation Skills in Healthcare
    3.0
    KINES 4
    Introduction to Sports Medicine
    3.0
    KINES 59
    Psychological Aspects of Sport Performance
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    KFIT 1.1
    Beginning Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 1.2
    Intermediate Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 2.1
    Beginning Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 2.2
    Intermediate Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 3.1
    Beginning Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.2
    Intermediate Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.3
    Advanced Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 5.1
    Beginning Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.2
    Intermediate Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 6.1
    Beginning Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.2
    Intermediate Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 7.1
    Beginning Circuit Training
    1.5
    KFIT 7.2
    Circuit Training Intermediate
    1.5
    KFIT 8.1
    Beginning Weight Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 10.1
    Resistance Training
    1.5
    KFIT 11.1
    Periodized Weight Training
    1.5
    KFIT 12.1
    Power Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 16.1
    Plyometrics, Speed and Agility
    1.5
    KFIT 17.1
    Interval Training
    1.5
    KFIT 20.1
    ZUMBA
    1.5
    KFIT 21.1
    Cardio Kickboxing
    1.5
    KFIT 25.1
    Vinyasa Flow Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 26.1
    Gentle Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 30.1
    Stability Ball Training
    1.5
    KFIT 31.1
    Pilates Yoga Fusion
    1.5
    KFIT 32.1
    Barre Fitness
    1.5
    KFIT 36.1
    Jogging for Fitness
    1.5
    KFIT 37.1
    Boot Camp
    1.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    KINES 50 should be taken for 1 unit only

    WEOC 99I MUST be taken for one unit of Occupational Work Experience Internship: 75 hours (paid) or 60 hours (unpaid). One unit is the minimum requirement for this program.

  • Floral Design (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001028

    Term Effective: Fall 2016

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-4395

    ddolan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Floral Design major prepares students for work in the floral design industry. Flower care and handling, basic design, use of seasonal, dry, silk, or exotic plant materials, floral decoration, and special occasion arrangement are some of the skills and topics covered in the program.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Name and properly use the tools and mechanics in floral design;
    2. demonstrate proper standards of care and handling of fresh floral materials;
    3. create fresh floral arrangements and distinguish between the different types of design styles; and
    4. demonstrate an entry level knowledge of retail flower shop operation.

    Floral Design Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    FLORS 83A
    Beginning Floral Design
    2.0
    FLORS 83B
    Intermediate Floral Design
    2.0
    FLORS 183C
    Advanced Floral Design
    2.0
    FLORS 187
    European & Advanced Contemporary Floral Design
    1.0
    FLORS 105
    Flowers to Wear and Carry
    1.0
    FLORS 108
    Display and Merchandising for Retail Florists
    1.0
    FLORS 112
    Wedding Design
    2.0
    FLORS 113
    Floral Tributes
    2.0
    FLORS 114
    Retail Flower Shop Management
    3.0
    FLORS 116
    Identification and Handling of Flowers, Foliages and Plants
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.

  • French (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001053

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4608

    tstraus@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The major in French will allow transfer students whose planned transfer major is French to learn an Associate Degree that prepares them for upper division coursework. In addition, the major in French will benefit students whose career paths involve international commerce or diplomacy.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Converse in French on a full range of topics, including but not limited to personal and family lives, school or work related topics, current events, historical, political and cultural perspectives with effective use of grammar and comprehensible pronunciation;
    2. demonstrate an understanding of authentic texts in French on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to newspaper and magazine articles, short stories, letters, poems and essays by identifying and explaining the key points and themes both orally and in writing;
    3. write cogent essays or term papers in grammatically correct French formulating and developing ideas on a full range of topics, including but not limited to, history, culture, literary analysis and current events; and
    4. demonstrate cultural awareness and appreciation of the French and francophone experience by examining, identifying and analyzing the values, attitudes and traditions that characterize such experience.

    French Major Requirements - complete 17.0 units

    FREN 3
    Intermediate French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 4
    Intermediate French Part 2
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    ENGL 25
    Introduction to Language Study
    3.0
    FREN 1
    Elementary French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 2
    Elementary French-Part 2
    4.0
    FREN 50B
    Conversation for Beginners-Part 2
    3.0
    FREN 50C
    Intermediate Conversation
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.1
    Western Humanities: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.2
    Western Humanities From 1600
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    FREN 1 and FREN 2 will only be accepted for the major if completed before FREN 3.

  • Geospatial Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002053

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    27.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    rparks@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Geospatial Technology certificate/degree prepares students for variety of technical positions in many different professions. Geospatial Technology incorporates new technology with traditional disciplines by mapping and analyzing things that exist and events that happen on earth.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Define and describe geospatial terminology, methods, procedures, standards and technology;
    2. create, edit and analyze geographic, spatial and remotely sensed data;
    3. communicate clearly and effectively in oral, written and graphic formats;
    4. prepare layouts, reports, charts and graphs to support different geospatial applications;
    5. produce finished quality maps representing a basic analysis, a basic survey or a basic scale-based, descriptive, diagrammatic summary;
    6. create a Geographic Information System (GIS) map following standard cartographic principles which can be utilized within a professional portfolio;
    7. demonstrate analytical, critical thinking and decision-making skills in geographic information science and technology; and
    8. describe the influence/effect that geospatial science and technology has on the local, regional, national and global communities.

    Geospatial Technology Core Requirements - complete 26.0 units

    APTECH 191
    Problem Solving in Civil Engineering Technology
    3.0
    CEST 192
    Non-Technical Skills for the Civil Engineering Technician
    3.0
    GEOG 4
    Physical Geography
    3.0
    GIS 40
    Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    4.0
    GIS 51
    Intermediate Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    3.0
    GIS 52
    Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    3.0
    GIS 53
    Cartography in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    3.0
    GIS 54
    Data Acquisition in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Graphic Design (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001025

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    31.50 Units

    (707) 527-4909

    swinston@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Graphic Design major is designed to provide students with entry-level skills for business or industry in the field of graphic design, and is structured to provide a practical, hands-on experience in graphic fundamentals.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Develop professional level communication visuals from initial concept all the way through printed materials using design principles, an understanding of graphic design history, typographic knowledge, hand mock-up and illustration skills, advanced computer skills using the Adobe Suite, and pre press knowledge;
    2. Set-up and manage a one person freelance studio complying with governmental regulations, estimating projects, writing up proposals, negotiating with clients, keeping records, billing clients, and managing finances; and
    3. Create and present a professional portfolio of at least fifteen finished projects to potential employers and clients using professional level interviewing skills and well designed collateral materials.

    Graphic Design Major Requirements - complete 31.5 units

    CS 70.11A
    Adobe Photoshop 1
    3.0
    CS 71.11
    Adobe Illustrator 1
    3.0
    CS 72.11A
    Adobe InDesign 1
    3.0
    GD 15
    History of Graphic Design
    3.0
    GD 20
    Introduction to Typography and Letterforms
    3.0
    GD 51
    Introduction to Graphic Design
    3.0
    GD 53
    Design Techniques in Illustrator
    3.0
    GD 54
    Beginning Page Layout and Advertising Design
    3.0
    GD 60
    Creating the Professional Portfolio
    1.5
    GD 62
    Color Theory for Designers
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.5 units from the following:

    BMK 51
    Principles of Selling
    3.0
    GD 57
    Getting It Printed: Digital Prepress and Print Production
    3.0
    GD 65
    Business Skills for Creatives
    1.5
    GD 90
    Designing the User Experience
    3.0
    GD 145
    Package Design
    1.5
  • Healthcare Interpreter (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002073

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    28.00 Units

    (707) 527-4272

    Program Requirements:

    The Healthcare Interpreter major prepares students who are bilingual (proficient in English and a second language) to work in a variety of healthcare settings facilitating communication between clients and healthcare providers. Students will follow standards of practice for different modes of interpreting, strengthen their medical bilingual language proficiency, cultural competency, and knowledge of California healthcare systems to assist limited-English proficient (LEP) clients to receive optimal medical care. Students may be exposed to people who are injured, chronically or acutely ill, and experiencing other major life events.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Facilitate linguistic and cultural communication between patients (clients) with limited English proficiency (LEP) and healthcare providers in a variety of health service areas.
    2. Discuss and implement ethical standards of practice.
    3. Demonstrate bilingual medical language proficiency.
    4. Employ various technical aspects of interpreting to improve effectiveness.
    5. Utilize healthcare interpreter roles and skills in different modes of interpretation.

    Healthcare Interpreter Prerequisite Requirements - complete 12.0 units

    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    HCI 180
    Introduction to Healthcare Interpreting
    1.5
    HCI 180L
    Introduction to Healthcare Interpreting Lab
    0.5
    HCI 181
    Fundamentals of Healthcare Interpreting
    2.0
    HCI 181L
    Fundamentals of Healthcare Interpreting - Lab
    1.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 1A
    College Composition
    4.0
    ESL 10
    ESL College Composition
    4.5

    Healthcare Interpreter Requirements - complete 15.0 units

    HCI 182
    Developing Healthcare Interpreter Competencies
    2.0
    HCI 182L
    Developing Healthcare Interpreter Competencies - Lab
    1.0
    HCI 183
    Healthcare Interpreting: Externship Seminar
    1.0
    HCI 183L
    Healthcare Interpreting: Externship
    2.0
    HLC 160
    Medical Terminology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANAT 58
    Introduction to Human Anatomy
    3.0
    HLC 140
    Health Care Implications of Anatomy and Physiology
    1.0
    And
    ANAT 140
    Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • History (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001066

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    36.00 Units

    (707) 524-1812

    adonegan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in History will develop skills and knowledge consistent with the study of history in a global, multicultural and comparative context. The successful student will have mastered the reading, writing, and research skills essential to historical inquiry and exposition. The History Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 18-19 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in History major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in History major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Write clearly, concisely and persuasively about historically significant people, events and problems;
    2. create, organize and support an historical argument in written and/or oral presentation;
    3. identify and evaluate multiple perspectives and approaches to historical understanding;
    4. understand and appreciate diversity and develop a worldview informed by multicultural and global perspectives; and
    5. demonstrate the ability to reconstruct the past through inquiry, research, critical thinking and problem solving.

    History for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    HIST 17.1
    History of the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 17.2
    U.S. History from 1877
    3.0

    History for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    HIST 1.1
    World History to 1500
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    HIST 1.2
    World History Since 1500 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0

    History for Transfer List B Area 1 Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    HIST 1.1
    World History to 1500
    3.0
    HIST 1.2
    World History Since 1500 C.E.
    3.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 3
    Prehistory & Archaeology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    ART 1.1
    World Art History to 1500
    3.0
    ART 1.2
    World Art History Since 1500
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African American Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    FREN 1
    Elementary French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 2
    Elementary French-Part 2
    4.0
    FREN 3
    Intermediate French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 4
    Intermediate French-Part 2
    4.0
    GERM 1
    Elementary German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 2
    Elementary German-Part 2
    4.0
    GERM 3
    Intermediate German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 4
    Intermediate German-Part 2
    4.0
    HIST 5
    History of the Modern Middle East
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 18.1
    History of Women in the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    HUMAN 5
    World Humanities: Arts, Ideas, Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    HUMAN 14
    Popular Culture in the United States
    3.0
    HUMAN 20
    The Humanities in Asia: Arts, Ideas and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 21
    The Humanities in the Middle East
    3.0
    HUMAN 22
    Humanities in Africa: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 23
    Culture and Values in Latin America and The Caribbean
    3.0
    ITAL 1
    Elementary Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 2
    Elementary Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 3
    Intermediate Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 4
    Intermediate Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    RELS 15
    Islam
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0
    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0

    History for Transfer List B Area 2 Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ART 2.1
    History & Aesthetic Appreciation of Prehistoric - Gothic Art
    3.0
    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    ART 2.3
    History and Appreciation of Modern Art
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 12
    Introduction to Economics and the Environment
    3.0
    ENGL 30.1
    American Literature: Pre-Colonial Period to the Civil War
    3.0
    ENGL 30.2
    American Literature from 1865 to the Present
    3.0
    ENGL 46.1
    Survey of English Literature Part 1
    3.0
    ENGL 46.2
    Survey of English Literature Part 2
    3.0
    GEOG 3
    World Regional Geography
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 20
    History of the US Since 1945
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.1
    Western Humanities: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.2
    Western Humanities from 1600
    3.0
    HUMAN 8
    Comparative Mythology
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0
    RELS 1
    Introduction to Religious Studies
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 6.66
    History of Satan
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Jesus and the Invention of Christianity
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOCS 12
    Environmental Policy and Politics
    3.0
  • Hospitality Management (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002075

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4627

    ayu@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Hospitality Management is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate programs in Hospitality Management. The Hospitality Management major also offers a comprehensive educational approach to a career in the hospitality industry. The curriculum is designed to prepare students with both management theories and occupational job skills required to enter any segment of the industry. Students take classes specific to the industry including introduction to hospitality, introduction to the hotel industry, and hospitality law. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. 1. Completion of 60 units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of 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 as required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Hospitality Management major. 2. Obtainment of an overall minimum grade point of 2.0. 3. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science for Transfer in Hospitality Management major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Describe effective customer service and be able to meet and exceed guest expectations in any hospitality industry environment through the concept of anticipating a guest’s needs.
    2. Demonstrate the knowledge needed to be a supervisor in a hospitality business.
    3. Identify specific job titles within the hospitality, food service, and tourism industries and describe the responsibilities of the positions as well as the outlook for future job growth.
    4. Demonstrate the ability to use management skills resulting in an ethical and productive hospitality work environment.
    5. Demonstrate the ability to use various technologies, systems and computer applications for the hospitality industry.
    6. Describe an ongoing personal professional development plan to enhance leadership and management skills for the hospitality environment.
    7. Analyze the interdependence of various tourism sectors on a local, national and global scale when faced with industry issues.

    Hospitality Management Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    HOSP 80
    Introduction to Hospitality
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    HOSP 63
    Introduction to the Hotel Industry
    3.0
    HOSP 68
    Hospitality Law
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    BAD 1
    Financial Accounting
    4.0
    BAD 2
    Managerial Accounting
    4.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
  • Human Services: Addiction Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001015

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    43.00 Units

    (707) 524-1701

    avasquez@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Human Services: Addiction Studies major is designed to provide the student with the academic preparation and field experience needed to work with the drug-dependent. It provides a broad base of knowledge regarding approaches to drug education and prevention, treatment issues, counseling skills, ethical issues, and practical knowledge about drugs and their effects.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the human services field and its operational function in relation to client services;
    2. examine and perform various human service roles within the profession incorporating counseling skills, ethical principles and sensitivity to diversity;
    3. demonstrate ability to use research tools to locate and evaluate information that can be applied to the human services field;
    4. demonstrate an understanding of theoretical principles in the behavioral sciences to help address the needs of human services clients; and
    5. identify the essential components of alcohol and drug addiction and employ the tools and skills needed to work with clients in treatment centers.

    Human Services Core Requirements - complete 33.0 units

    AODS 90
    Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Studies
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    COUN 90
    Introduction to Human Services
    3.0
    COUN 91
    Skills and Techniques in Human Services
    3.0
    COUN 92
    Introduction to Group Counseling
    3.0
    COUN 93
    Introduction to Case Management
    3.0
    HUSV 83
    Family Systems in Addiction Studies
    3.0
    HUSV 87
    Ethical Issues in Human Services
    3.0
    HUSV 88
    Internship Practicum
    1.5
    HUSV 88
    Internship Practicum
    1.5
    HUSV 96
    Co-Occurring Disorders
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    HUSV 99I
    Human Services Internship Work Experience
    8.0
    WEOC 99I
    Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0

    Addiction Studies Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    AODS 91
    Prevention and Education on Alcohol and Drugs
    3.0
    AODS 92
    Pharmacological & Physiological Effects of Alcohol & Drugs
    3.0
    HUSV 99I
    Human Services Internship Work Experience
    8.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    HUSV 88 must be taken twice for a total of 3.0 units.

    It is strongly recommended that students complete HUSV 88 and HUSV 99I in the final semester of taking the core requirements. In this program, COUN 99I consists of internships in alcohol or drug settings.

    CAADE Certification requires that students complete two internships in different modalities. Students will therefore complete a second HUSV 99I internship as part of the Addiction Studies requirements.

  • Human Services: Advocacy (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001014

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    35.50 Units

    (707) 522-2603

    avasquez@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Human Services: Advocacy major is designed as an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the skills needed in human rights advocacy. Particular attention is given to the ways in which processes and practices are handled for some individuals.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the human services field and its operational function in relation to client services;
    2. examine and perform various human service roles within the profession incorporating counseling skills, ethical principles and sensitivity to diversity;
    3. demonstrate ability to use research tools to locate and evaluate information that can be applied to the human services field; and
    4. demonstrate an understanding of theoretical principles in the behavioral sciences to help address the needs of human services clients.

    Human Services: Advocacy Core Requirements - complete 25.5 units

    AODS 90
    Introduction to Alcohol and Drug Studies
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    COUN 90
    Introduction to Human Services
    3.0
    COUN 91
    Skills and Techniques in Human Services
    3.0
    COUN 93
    Introduction to Case Management
    3.0
    HUSV 87
    Ethical Issues in Human Services
    3.0
    HUSV 88
    Internship Practicum
    1.5
    COUN 99I
    Occupational Work Experience Human Services Internship
    8.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COUN 92
    Introduction to Group Counseling
    3.0
    HUSV 96
    Co-Occurring Disorders
    3.0

    Advocacy Emphasis Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    COUN 95
    Advocating for Social Change
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AJ 25
    Community Relations
    3.0
    AJ 53
    Juvenile Procedures
    3.0
    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    AJ 71
    Correctional Interviewing & Counseling
    3.0
    ASL 1
    Elementary American Sign Language - Part I
    4.0
    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    CHLD 53A
    Introduction to Children with Special Needs
    3.0
    CHLD 90.1
    Child, Family, Community Interrelationships
    3.0
    COUN 20
    Sex and Gender
    3.0
    COUN 92
    Introduction to Group Counseling
    3.0
    HLC 160
    Medical Terminology
    3.0
    HUSV 96
    Co-Occurring Disorders
    3.0
    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 40
    Introduction to Psychology of Gender
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    It is strongly recommended that students complete COUN 91 and COUN 99I in the final semester of taking the core requirements.

    CHILD 10, COUN 92, COUN 94, COUN 96, PSYCH 4, PSYCH 5 and PSYCH 56 can only count once.

  • Humanities (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001022

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707) 524-1519

    kloewen@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Humanities major is intended for the student who wants to explore the arts, ideas, values, and cultural expressions of the world's peoples as a foundation for lifelong learning or as an introduction to the related fields of Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies, Art History, Music Appreciation, Theatre Arts, Philosophy, English Literature, Modern and Classical Languages, or Religious Studies. This major is broad and exploratory in nature and is not intended to fulfill the requirements for transfer in a specific field.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify components and approaches of the Humanities as an academic discipline;
    2. communicate knowledge of topics and themes related to art, cultures and societies worldwide orally and in writing;
    3. apply humanistic methodology to analyze features of cultural and ethnic groups;
    4. analyze and interpret significant texts, artifacts and traditions within a broad cultural and historical framework; and
    5. identify and investigate a focus on one or more disciplines for further study.

    Humanities Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 18.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    ARCH 2.1
    History of World Architecture: Prehistory to Gothic
    3.0
    ARCH 2.2
    History of World Architecture: Renaissance to 20th Century
    3.0
    ARCH 2.3
    History of World Architecture: 20th Century and Contemporary
    3.0
    ART 1.1
    World Art History to 1500
    3.0
    ART 1.2
    World Art History Since 1500
    3.0
    ART 2.1
    History & Aesthetic Appreciation of Prehistoric - Gothic Art
    3.0
    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    ART 2.3
    History and Appreciation of Modern Art
    3.0
    ART 3
    Introduction to Art and Design
    3.0
    ART 4
    Principles of Color
    3.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing and Composition 1
    3.0
    ART 69
    Introduction to Cartooning and Sequential Art
    3.0
    ASL 1
    Elementary American Sign Language - Part 1
    4.0
    ASL 2
    Elementary American Sign Language - Part 2
    4.0
    ASL 3
    Intermediate American Sign Language - Part 1
    4.0
    ASL 4
    Intermediate American Sign Language - Part 2
    4.0
    CHIN 1
    Elementary Chinese - Part 1
    4.0
    COMM 2
    Spoken Word
    3.0
    DANCE 2
    Survey of Dance History
    3.0
    ENGL 1B
    Literature and Composition
    3.0
    ENGL 2
    Introduction to the Novel
    3.0
    ENGL 3
    Introduction to Poetry
    3.0
    ENGL 7
    Introduction to the Short Story
    3.0
    ENGL 9
    Contemporary World Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 10
    Introduction to Environmental Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 12
    Children's Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 25
    Introduction to Language Study
    3.0
    ENGL 27
    Introduction to Shakespeare
    3.0
    ENGL 30.1
    American Literature: Pre-Colonial Period to the Civil War
    3.0
    ENGL 30.2
    American Literature from 1865 to the Present
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African-American Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 36
    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 46.1
    Survey of English Literature Part 1
    3.0
    ENGL 46.2
    Survey of English Literature Part 2
    3.0
    FREN 1
    Elementary French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 2
    Elementary French-Part 2
    4.0
    FREN 3
    Intermediate French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 4
    Intermediate French-Part 2
    4.0
    GD 15
    History of Graphic Design
    3.0
    GERM 1
    Elementary German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 2
    Elementary German-Part 2
    4.0
    GERM 3
    Intermediate German-Part 1
    4.0
    GERM 4
    Intermediate German-Part 2
    4.0
    HIST 1.1
    World History to 1500
    3.0
    HIST 1.2
    World History Since 1500 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.1
    Western Humanities: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 4.2
    Western Humanities From 1600
    3.0
    HUMAN 5
    World Humanities: Arts, Ideas, Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    HUMAN 7
    Introduction to the Humanities
    3.0
    HUMAN 8
    Comparative Mythology
    3.0
    HUMAN 14
    Popular Culture in the United States
    3.0
    HUMAN 20
    The Humanities in Asia: Arts, Ideas and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 21
    The Humanities in the Middle East
    3.0
    HUMAN 22
    Humanities in Africa: Arts, Ideas, and Values
    3.0
    HUMAN 23
    Culture and Values in Latin America and The Caribbean
    3.0
    ITAL 1
    Elementary Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 2
    Elementary Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 3
    Intermediate Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 4
    Intermediate Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 39.1
    Introduction To Italian Literature In Translation
    3.0
    ITAL 70A
    Intermed Italian Conversation & Culture Thru Film I
    3.0
    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0
    MEDIA 10
    Film Appreciation
    4.0
    MEDIA 14
    Early Film History
    4.0
    MEDIA 15
    Modern Film History
    4.0
    MUSC 6.1
    Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1750
    3.0
    MUSC 6.2
    Music History and Literature: 1750-Present
    3.0
    MUSC 7
    Classical Music Appreciation
    3.0
    MUSC 8
    World Music Appreciation
    3.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    PHIL 6
    Introduction to Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    RELS 1
    Introduction to Religious Studies
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 6.66
    History of Satan
    3.0
    RELS 15
    Islam
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Jesus and the Invention of Christianity
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0
    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 40
    Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    SPAN 41
    Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    THAR 1
    World Theatre Through Time
    3.0
    THAR 2
    Introduction to Theatre Arts
    3.0
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Interior Design (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001026

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    37.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    scanepa@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Interior Design major prepares students for employment in full service interior design firms, retail establishments, architectural firms, space planning agencies, real estate, construction and development companies.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply problem solving to produce practical solution to clients’ space needs by applying the materials, methods, and principles of interior design, including historical, sustainable, and design for special populations;
    2. Use manual and digital graphic methods and oral presentation skills to communicate interior design solutions to sub-contractors, suppliers, and clients;
    3. Identify the business practices, building codes, and professional ethics of the interior design trade.

    Interior Design Requirements - complete 37.0 units

    APTECH 46
    Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
    2.0
    APTECH 59
    Architectural CAD Basics
    2.0
    ARCH 60
    Digital Presentation Graphics
    2.0
    ARCH 65
    3D Modeling with Revit
    2.0
    INDE 20
    Introduction to Interior Design
    3.0
    INDE 50
    Drafting and Drawing for Interiors
    3.0
    INDE 52
    Interior Environment and Space Planning
    3.0
    INDE 62
    History of Interior Design
    3.0
    INDE 63
    Interior Products, Materials, and Lighting
    3.0
    INDE 64
    Professional Practices for Interior Design
    3.0
    INDE 71
    Interior Design Studio
    3.0
    INDE 73
    Portfolios for Interior Design
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    INDE 67
    Interior Illustration and Rendering
    3.0
    INDE 122
    Kitchen and Bath Design
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ARCH 2.1
    History of World Architecture: Prehistory to Gothic
    3.0
    ARCH 2.2
    History of World Architecture: Renaissance to 20th Century
    3.0
    ARCH 2.3
    History of World Architecture: 20th Century and Contemporary
    3.0
    ARCH 12
    Introduction to Environmental Design
    3.0
    ART 3
    Introduction to Art and Design
    3.0
    ART 4
    Principles of Color
    3.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing and Composition 1
    3.0
    ART 82
    Beginning Digital Photography
    3.0
    BMK 50
    Marketing
    3.0
    BMK 51
    Principles of Selling
    3.0
    BMK 54
    Advertising
    3.0
    BMK 57
    Introduction to Public Relations
    1.5
    BMK 59
    Consumer Behavior
    1.5
    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0
    CS 71.11
    Adobe Illustrator 1
    3.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
  • Journalism (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001064

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.50 Units

    (707) 527-4867

    abelden@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Journalism degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 20 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Journalism Degree. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Journalism Degree

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Develop story ideas, conduct research and interviews, and write news and feature stories, opinion columns and critical reviews on deadline for both print and web publishing.
    2. Use various media (i.e. audio, photography, video, blog platforms, social media, and web software) to create multimedia news and feature stories.
    3. Explain the changing role of news media and information dissemination in American society and critically evaluate elements of effective journalism.
    4. Exercise news judgment and apply knowledge of journalism ethics and media law to real-life newsroom situations.
    5. Work as a productive member of a college newspaper staff. Demonstrate competency in grammar, punctuation, word usage and Associated Press Style to edit stories for print or online publication.

    Journalism for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 9.5 units

    JOUR 1
    Introduction to Journalism
    3.0
    JOUR 1L
    Introduction to Journalism Lab
    0.5
    JOUR 52A
    News Media Practice 1
    3.0
    MEDIA 4
    Introduction to Mass Communication
    3.0

    Journalism for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    JOUR 2
    News Gathering and News Writing
    3.0
    JOUR 2L
    News Gathering and News Writing Lab
    0.5
    JOUR 52C
    News Media Practice 3
    5.0
    JOUR 55
    Multimedia Reporting
    4.0

    Journalism for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ART 19
    Elementary Photography
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 10
    Introduction to Communication Studies
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ENGL 5
    Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 3
    Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 4
    Introduction to Symbolic Logic
    3.0
    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0

    Notes:

    JOUR 1 is a prerequisite/corequisite for JOUR 1L. It is recommended to take both courses concurrently. JOUR 2 is a prerequisite for JOUR 2L. It is recommended to take both courses concurrently.

  • Journalism: Digital (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002072

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    29.00 Units

    (707) 527-5767

    abelden@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Journalism: Digital major provides students with an introduction to and skills in digital journalism and provides hands-on preparation for entry-level work in web journalism and/or an overlay of digital skills for recent journalism graduates and seasoned print journalists.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Develop, create, report, research and produce technically well-executed news and feature stories for the web and/or broadcast news using combinations of text, images, audio, video and social media.
    2. Use new website, audio and video software systems to produce multimedia stories.
    3. Write news and feature stories on print and web deadlines using foundational journalism skills such as developing story ideas, conducting research, interviewing sources, and applying proper grammar and Associated Press Style.
    4. Exercise news judgment and apply knowledge of online journalism ethical, legal and content issues to real-life situations.
    5. Analyze and evaluate multimedia stories for content, aesthetics and technical quality.

    Journalism: Digital Core Requirements - complete 17.0 units

    JOUR 1
    Introduction to Journalism
    3.0
    JOUR 1L
    Introduction to Journalism Lab
    0.5
    JOUR 2
    News Gathering and News Writing
    3.0
    JOUR 2L
    News Gathering and News Writing Lab
    0.5
    JOUR 52A
    News Media Practice 1
    3.0
    JOUR 55
    Multimedia Reporting
    4.0
    JOUR 56
    Editing for News Media
    3.0

    Journalism: Digital Elective Requirement - complete 11.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 11.0 units from the following:

    ART 82
    Beginning Digital Photography
    3.0
    CS 50.32
    Web and Digital Media Projects
    4.0
    CS 57.11
    Introduction to Social Media
    3.0
    CS 74.11
    Introduction to Digital Media
    3.0
    CS 74.21A
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 1
    1.5
    CS 74.21B
    Digital Video Post-Production Techniques 2
    1.5
    CS 76.11
    Drone Piloting and Imaging
    3.0
    ENGL 4A
    Beginning Creative Writing
    3.0
    JOUR 52B
    News Media Practice 2
    5.0
    JOUR 52C
    News Media Practice 3
    5.0
    JOUR 59
    Photojournalism
    3.0
    MEDIA 19
    Multi-Camera Studio Production
    4.0
    MEDIA 20
    Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
    4.0
    MUSC 51A
    Digital Audio 1: Fundamentals
    3.0
    MUSC 51B
    Digital Audio 2: Multimedia
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Suggested Emphases

    1. Digital - Video/documentary
      • Take Intro to Digital Media, Digital Filmmaking 1, and Oak Leaf 2, Dig. Vid post production A&B
    2. Digital - Broadcast
      • Take Intro to Digital Media, Media 19 and Oak Leaf 2 and Dig. Vid post production A&B
    3. Digital - Photojournalism
      • Take Photojounrnalism, Drone piloting/imaging and Oak Leaf 2
    4. Digital - Podcasting
      • Take Digital Audio 1 and 2, Oak Leaf 2
    5. General/Writing - Longform
      • Take Creative Writing; Oak leaf 2, Photojournalism
    6. General/Writing - News
      • Take Photojournlaism, Oak Leaf 2, Social Media and/or intro to digital media
  • Kinesiology (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001051

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    32.50 Units

    (707) 527-4457

    mohkubo@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Kinesiology Associate of Arts degree provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transferring to four-year colleges and universities in the areas of physical education, health and fitness, exercise science, and Kinesiology. The program in physical education outlined below is typical lower division requirements for four-year colleges and universities; some requirements vary from college to college. Students are advised to meet with a counselor for appropriate campus specific course requirements before selecting courses.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Understand human anatomy and physiology pertaining to the fifteen major areas/body systems;
    2. understand the health, fitness, and basic nutritional aspects of physical education;
    3. identify the psychological aspects and dynamics of individual and team sports;
    4. transfer to university level programs with a comprehensive foundation in physical education courses; and
    5. successfully compete academically with 4 year university students in their major.

    Kinesiology Prerequisites - complete 9.0 units

    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 5.0 units from the following:

    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    And
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    or
    CHEM 60
    General, Organic and Biological Chemistry
    5.0

    Kinesiology Core - complete 13.5 units

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    HLE 6
    Standard First Aid, CPR, and AED
    0.5
    KINES 1
    Introduction to Kinesiology
    3.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Kinesiology Theory - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ATHL 11L
    Baseball Laboratory
    3.0
    ATHL 15L
    Basketball Lab
    1.0
    ATHL 16
    Techniques & Theory of Basketball
    2.0
    ATHL 17L
    Cross Country Lab
    1.5
    ATHL 22.1L
    Defensive Football Laboratory
    1.5
    ATHL 22.2L
    Offensive Football Laboratory
    1.5
    ATHL 29L
    Soccer Lab
    1.5
    ATHL 30
    Theory and Analysis of Soccer
    1.5
    ATHL 31L
    Softball Lab
    1.5
    ATHL 32
    Theory and Analysis of Wrestling
    1.5
    ATHL 32L
    Wrestling Lab
    1.5
    ATHL 45L
    Volleyball Lab
    1.5
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    KINES 53
    Principles of Health and Wellness
    3.0
    KINES 59
    Psychological Aspects of Sport Performance
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    Kinesiology Coaching/Fitness/Teacher - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    HLE 5
    Personal Health and Wellness
    3.0
    KINES 2
    Sports Officiating Fall
    3.0
    KINES 3
    Sports Officiating Spring
    3.0
    KINES 4
    Introduction to Sports Medicine
    3.0
    KINES 55
    Introduction to Coaching Team Sports
    3.0
    KINES 62A
    Sports Medicine Experience A
    2.0
    KINES 62B
    Sports Medicine Experience B
    2.0
    KINES 62C
    Sports Medicine Experience C
    2.0
    KINES 62D
    Sports Medicine Experience D
    2.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0

    Kinesiology Team or Individual Elective Requirement - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ATHL 1
    Intercollegiate Physical Fitness
    2.0
    ATHL 8
    Varsity Wrestling
    3.0
    ATHL 9
    Women's Varsity Water Polo
    3.0
    ATHL 10
    Men's Varsity Water Polo
    3.0
    ATHL 11
    Men's Varsity Baseball
    3.0
    ATHL 13
    Men's Varsity Basketball
    1.5
    ATHL 14
    Women's Varsity Basketball
    1.5
    ATHL 17
    Men's Varsity Cross Country
    3.0
    ATHL 18
    Women's Varsity Cross Country
    3.0
    ATHL 21
    Varsity Football
    3.0
    ATHL 24
    Varsity Golf
    3.0
    ATHL 27
    Men's Varsity Soccer
    3.0
    ATHL 28
    Women's Varsity Soccer
    3.0
    ATHL 31
    Women's Varsity Softball
    3.0
    ATHL 33
    Men's Varsity Swimming and Diving
    3.0
    ATHL 34
    Women's Varsity Swimming and Diving
    3.0
    ATHL 37
    Men's Varsity Tennis
    3.0
    ATHL 38
    Women's Varsity Tennis
    3.0
    ATHL 41
    Men's Varsity Track and Field
    3.0
    ATHL 42
    Women's Varsity Track and Field
    3.0
    ATHL 45
    Women's Varsity Volleyball
    3.0
    KAQUA 1.1
    Beginning Swimming
    2.0
    KAQUA 1.2
    Intermediate Swimming
    2.0
    KAQUA 1.3
    Advanced Swimming
    2.0
    KAQUA 1.4
    Training for the Competitive Swimmer
    2.0
    KAQUA 2.1
    Aquatic Fitness
    2.0
    KAQUA 2.3
    Advanced Aquatic Fitness
    1.5
    KAQUA 3.1
    Aquatic Calisthenics
    2.0
    KAQUA 4.1
    Deep Water Running
    2.0
    KAQUA 10.1
    Springboard Diving
    2.0
    KAQUA 12.1
    Beginning Water Polo
    1.5
    KAQUA 12.2
    Intermediate Water Polo
    1.5
    KAQUA 12.3
    Training for Competitive Water Polo
    1.5
    KAQUA 21
    Lifeguard Training
    2.0
    KCOMB 1.1
    Tai Chi - Chen Style
    1.5
    KCOMB 2.1
    Beginning Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 2.2
    Intermediate Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 2.3
    Advanced Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 3.1
    Beginning Karate
    1.5
    KCOMB 3.2
    Intermediate Karate
    1.5
    KCOMB 4.1
    Beginning Boxing
    1.5
    KCOMB 4.2
    Intermediate Boxing
    1.5
    KFIT 1.1
    Beginning Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 1.2
    Intermediate Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 2.1
    Beginning Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 2.2
    Intermediate Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 3.1
    Beginning Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.2
    Intermediate Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.3
    Advanced Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 4.1
    Body Mechanics
    1.5
    KFIT 5
    Introduction to Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.1
    Beginning Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.3
    Advanced Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 6
    Introduction to Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.1
    Beginning Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.2
    Intermediate Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.3
    Advanced Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 7.1
    Beginning Circuit Training
    1.5
    KFIT 7.2
    Circuit Training Intermediate
    1.5
    KFIT 8
    Introduction to Weight Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 8.1
    Beginning Weight Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 8.2
    Intermediate Weight Training
    1.5
    KFIT 15.1
    Personal Fitness Activities
    1.5
    KINDV 1.1
    Beginning Wrestling
    1.5
    KINDV 2.1
    Beginning Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 2.2
    Intermediate Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 2.3
    Advanced Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 3.1
    Beginning Golf
    1.5
    KINDV 3.2
    Intermediate Golf
    1.5
    KINDV 3.3
    Advanced Golf
    1.0
    KINDV 4.1
    Beginning Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 4.2
    Intermediate Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 4.3
    Advanced Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 5.1
    Beginning Track and Field
    1.0
    KINDV 5.2
    Intermediate Track and Field
    1.0
    KINDV 5.3
    Advanced Track and Field
    1.5
    KINES 49
    Independent Study in Kinesiology, Athletics and/or Dance
    3.0
    KINES 55
    Coaching Sports
    3.0
    KTEAM 1.1
    Football Passing Game
    1.0
    KTEAM 2.1
    Touch Football
    1.0
    KTEAM 3.1
    Beginning Baseball
    1.0
    KTEAM 3.2
    Intermediate Baseball
    1.5
    KTEAM 3.3
    Advanced Baseball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.1
    Beginning Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.2
    Intermediate Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.3
    Advanced Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 5.1
    Softball
    1.0
    KTEAM 6.1
    Beginning Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 6.2
    Intermediate Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 6.3
    Advanced Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 7.1
    Indoor Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.1
    Beginning Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.2
    Intermediate Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.3
    Advanced Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 9.1
    Beginning Outdoor Volleyball
    1.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major.

  • Kinesiology (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002068

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    24.00 Units

    (707) 527-4237

    lwagner@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Kinesiology Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. Completion of 60 semester or 90 quarter CSU-transferable units that include: A minimum of 25-27.5 semester units as required for the Associates in Arts for Transfer in Kinesiology, and The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern of 37 units. Obtainment of a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 and earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required for the major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate content knowledge in the Kinesiology core, career areas, human anatomy, and physiology, physiological response to exercise, and the mechanics and control of human movement.
    2. Explain breadth of occupational and educational pathways in Kinesiology.
    3. Demonstrate competency in and successful application of Kinesiology-related skills.
    4. Demonstrate the ability to think critically through the performance and evaluation of health, fitness, and movement assessment.
    5. Demonstrate professional and person growth, including advocacy for a healthy, active lifestyle.

    Kinesiology for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 16.0 units

    KINES 1
    Introduction to Kinesiology
    3.0
    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    Movement-Based Courses

    Select one course maximum from

    three of the following areas:

    Area 1: Aquatics

    KAQUA 1.1
    Beginning Swimming
    1.5
    KAQUA 1.2
    Intermediate Swimming
    1.5
    KAQUA 2.1
    Aquatic Fitness
    1.5
    KAQUA 2.3
    Advanced Aquatic Fitness
    1.5
    KAQUA 3.1
    Beginning Aquatic Calisthenics
    1.5
    KAQUA 4.1
    Deep Water Running
    1.5
    KAQUA 10.1
    Beginning Springboard Diving
    1.5
    KAQUA 10.2
    Intermediate Springboard Diving
    1.5
    KAQUA 12.1
    Beginning Water Polo
    1.5
    KAQUA 12.2
    Intermediate Water Polo
    1.5

    Area 2: Combatives

    KCOMB 1.1
    Tai Chi - Chen Style
    1.5
    KCOMB 2.1
    Beginning Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 2.2
    Intermediate Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 2.3
    Advanced Judo
    1.0
    KCOMB 3.1
    Beginning Karate
    1.5
    KCOMB 3.2
    Intermediate Karate
    1.5
    KCOMB 4.1
    Beginning Boxing
    1.5
    KCOMB 4.2
    Intermediate Boxing
    1.5
    KCOMB 5.1
    Beginning Foil Fencing
    1.5
    KCOMB 5.2
    Intermediate Foil Fencing
    1.5
    KCOMB 6.1
    Beginning Sabre Fencing
    1.5
    KCOMB 6.2
    Intermediate Sabre Fencing
    1.5
    KCOMB 7.1
    Beginning Epee Fencing
    1.5
    KCOMB 7.2
    Intermediate Epee Fencing
    1.5

    Area 3: Dance

    DANCE 10.1
    Introduction to Dance Movement
    1.5
    DANCE 10.2
    Introduction to Dance Genres: Ballet, Modern, Jazz
    1.5
    DANCE 11.1
    Ballet I
    1.5
    DANCE 11.2
    Ballet II
    1.5
    DANCE 11.3
    Ballet III
    1.5
    DANCE 11.4
    Ballet IV
    1.5
    DANCE 13.1
    Jazz Dance I
    1.5
    DANCE 13.2
    Jazz Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 13.3
    Jazz Dance III
    1.5
    DANCE 13.4
    Jazz Dance IV
    1.5
    DANCE 14.1
    Contemporary Dance I
    1.5
    DANCE 14.2
    Contemporary Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 16.1
    Modern Dance I
    1.5
    DANCE 16.2
    Modern Dance II
    1.5
    DANCE 16.3
    Modern Dance III
    1.5
    DANCE 16.4
    Modern Dance IV
    1.5
    DANCE 21.1
    Hip Hop/Funk I
    1.5
    DANCE 21.2
    Hip Hop/Funk II
    1.5
    DANCE 21.3
    Hip Hop/Funk III
    1.5
    DANCE 21.4
    Hip Hop/Funk IV
    1.5
    DANCE 37.1
    Ballroom Dance I
    1.0
    DANCE 40
    Introduction to Folk Dance
    1.0
    DANCE 88.1
    Latin Dance I
    1.0
    DANCE 88.2
    Latin Dance II
    1.0
    DANCE 88.3
    Latin Dance III
    1.0

    Area 4: Fitness

    KFIT 1.1
    Beginning Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 1.2
    Intermediate Aerobic Dance
    1.5
    KFIT 2.1
    Beginning Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 2.2
    Intermediate Step Aerobics
    1.5
    KFIT 3.1
    Beginning Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.2
    Intermediate Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 3.3
    Advanced Body Conditioning
    1.5
    KFIT 4.1
    Body Mechanics
    1.5
    KFIT 5
    Introduction to Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.1
    Beginning Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.2
    Intermediate Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 5.3
    Advanced Pilates Mat
    1.5
    KFIT 6
    Introduction to Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.1
    Beginning Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.2
    Intermediate Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 6.3
    Advanced Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 7.1
    Beginning Circuit Training
    1.5
    KFIT 7.2
    Circuit Training Intermediate
    1.5
    KFIT 8
    Introduction to Weight Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 8.1
    Beginning Weight Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 8.2
    Intermediate Weight Training
    1.5
    KFIT 10.1
    Resistance Training
    1.5
    KFIT 11.1
    Periodized Weight Training
    1.5
    KFIT 12.1
    Power Lifting
    1.5
    KFIT 17.1
    Interval Training
    1.5
    KFIT 20.1
    ZUMBA
    1.5
    KFIT 21.1
    Cardio Kickboxing
    1.5
    KFIT 25.1
    Vinyasa Flow Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 26.1
    Gentle Yoga
    1.5
    KFIT 30.1
    Stability Ball Training
    1.5
    KFIT 31.1
    Pilates Yoga Fusion
    1.5
    KFIT 32.1
    Beginning Barre Fitness
    1.5
    KFIT 35.1
    Walking for Fitness
    1.5
    KFIT 36.1
    Jogging for Fitness
    1.5

    Area 5: Individual Sports

    KINDV 1.1
    Beginning Wrestling
    1.5
    KINDV 1.3
    Advanced Wrestling
    1.5
    KINDV 2.1
    Beginning Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 2.2
    Intermediate Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 2.3
    Advanced Badminton
    1.5
    KINDV 3.1
    Beginning Golf
    1.5
    KINDV 3.2
    Intermediate Golf
    1.5
    KINDV 3.3
    Advanced Golf
    1.0
    KINDV 4.1
    Beginning Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 4.2
    Intermediate Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 4.3
    Advanced Tennis
    1.5
    KINDV 5.1
    Beginning Track and Field
    1.0
    KINDV 5.2
    Intermediate Track and Field
    1.0
    KINDV 5.3
    Advanced Track and Field
    1.5

    Area 6: Team Sports

    KTEAM 1.1
    Football Passing Game
    1.0
    KTEAM 2.1
    Touch Football
    1.0
    KTEAM 3.1
    Beginning Baseball
    1.0
    KTEAM 3.2
    Intermediate Baseball
    1.5
    KTEAM 3.3
    Advanced Baseball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.1
    Beginning Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.2
    Intermediate Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 4.3
    Advanced Basketball
    1.5
    KTEAM 5.1
    Softball
    1.0
    KTEAM 6.1
    Beginning Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 6.2
    Intermediate Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 7.1
    Indoor Soccer
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.1
    Beginning Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.2
    Intermediate Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 8.3
    Advanced Volleyball
    1.5
    KTEAM 9.1
    Beginning Outdoor Volleyball
    1.0

    Kinesiology for Transfer List A Requirement - complete 8.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 8.0 units from the following:

    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    And
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    or

    Select PHYS 20/L or PHYS 40

    PHYS 20
    General Physics Lecture Part I
    3.0
    And
    PHYS 20L
    General Physics Lab Part I
    1.0
    or

    OR

    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0

    Notes:

    IMPORTANT NOTES FOR STUDENTS:

    1. Under the Core Requirement Section Students are required to take 3 Movement-based Courses for a minimum of 3 units, choosing a maximum of 1 course from any 3 of the following areas: KAQUA, KCOMB, DANCE, KFIT, KINDV or KTEAM.

    2. Under the List A Requirement Section Students are required to complete courses in 2 out of the following 3 disciplines: Chemistry (take CHEM 1A or CHEM 4A); Physics (take PHYS 40 or PHYS 20 plus PHYS 20L); OR Mathematics (take MATH 15).

  • Kinesiology: Sports Medicine Preparation (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001057

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    33.00 Units

    (707) 527-4457

    mohkubo@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Kinesiology: Sports Medicine Preparation Associate of Arts degree provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transfer to various allied health and kinesiology majors. The major is intended for students who are pursuing academic programs and/or careers in fields of kinesiology or medicine such as athletic training, physical therapy, strength & conditioning, physical education, physician assistant, occupational therapy, adapted physical education, and chiropractic.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the sports medicine profession, including history, educational preparation and role of the practitioner and various members of the sports medicine team;
    2. describe, integrate and apply concepts of prevention, immediate care, evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning of athletic injuries and injuries to the physically active; and
    3. demonstrate effective communication, professionalism, legal and ethical understanding, and general organization and administration within a sports medicine setting.

    Kinesiology: Sports Medicine Preparation - complete 32.0 units

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    KINES 4
    Introduction to Sports Medicine
    3.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    KINES 62A
    Sports Medicine Experience A
    2.0
    KINES 62B
    Sports Medicine Experience B
    2.0
    KINES 63
    Sports Medicine: Lower Body Injuries
    3.0
    KINES 64
    Sports Medicine: Upper Body Injuries
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 5.0 units from the following:

    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    And
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    or
    CHEM 60
    General, Organic and Biological Chemistry
    5.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    The one unit of LIR 10 also satisfies the Area I, Option A General Education (G.E.) requirement.

    If the Math graduation requirement has not been satisfied within the G.E. units, it is a separate and additional requirement.

    Transfer students are strongly encouraged to complete G.E. option B or C.

  • Latin American Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001020

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4277

    llarque@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Latin American Studies major gives students a broad, interdisciplinary introduction to the study of Latin America, including languages, cultures, history, and social structure. The program prepares students for transfer in the fields of Latin American Studies, or provides a foundation for lifelong learning.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate beginning level Spanish language skills with the ability to read and communicate basic ideas and concepts in Spanish;
    2. analyze and critique the interaction between the dominant Spanish culture and the cultures it encountered in Latin America and the Caribbean;
    3. analyze works of visual art, film, drama, music, literature, philosophy, and religion from culturally diverse groups within Latin America and the Caribbean in their historical and cultural context; and
    4. utilize appropriate library and online resource to research topics relevant to Latin America and the Caribbean.

    Latin American Studies Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    HUMAN 23
    Culture and Values in Latin America and The Caribbean
    3.0
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0
    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 40
    Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    SPAN 41
    Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    Note: No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major.

  • Machine Tool Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002015

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    25.00 Units

    (707) 527-4488

    wmccracken@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Machine Tool Technology major offers both theoretical and hands-on training related to lathes, vertical mills, drill press, hand tools, Computer Numeric Control (CNC) lathes and mills, and Computer Aided Machining (CAM).

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate safe operation of hand tools, power tools and specialized machine shop tools and equipment;
    2. demonstrate the set up and operation of manual lathes and mills;
    3. interpret CNC (Computer Numeric Control) programming language;
    4. accurately analyze and interpret blueprints and create part(s) to specifications;
    5. interpret blueprints and GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing) symbols in order to verify dimensions of a machine part; and
    6. describe applications of design, manufacturing, and fabrication applicable to non-ferrous metals.

    Machine Tool Technology Requirements - complete 24.0 units

    APTECH 45
    Basic Drafting Skills
    1.5
    APTECH 46
    Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting
    2.0
    IED 190
    Industrial Mathematics
    1.5
    MACH 51A
    Beginning Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    MACH 51B
    Advanced Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    MACH 80A
    Computer Numeric Control Machining I
    5.0
    MACH 80B
    Computer Numeric Control Machining II
    5.0
    MACH 161
    Metallurgy
    3.0
    WELD 170
    Beginning Welding: Fundamentals of Arc and Gas Welding
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Mathematics (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001011

    Term Effective: Spring 2013

    20.00 Units

    (707) 527-4747

    mferguson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Mathematics major is designed to help guide the student seeking a bachelor's degree in mathematics to fulfill the lower division requirements for that degree.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate the ability to use symbolic, graphical, and numerical representations of mathematical ideas and to communicate mathematical results in a clear, organized and contextually accurate manner;
    2. perform advanced operations with functions of one or more variables, including algebraic, transcendental, and vector-valued; understand the characteristics and graphs of functions; and apply this knowledge to modeling problems;
    3. apply mathematical techniques including solving equations and inequalities, solving systems of equations and inequalities, differentiation, and integration, to problems that arise in the real world;
    4. use and apply conic sections, polar graphs, parametric equations, vectors, complex numbers, sequences, and series; and
    5. engage in logical and critical thinking in mathematics.

    Mathematics Major Requirements - complete 20.0 units

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 1C
    Calculus, Third Course
    4.0
    MATH 5
    Introduction to Linear Algebra
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MATH 2
    Calculus, Fourth Course-Differential Equations
    3.0
    MATH 4
    Discrete Mathematics
    4.0
    MATH 6
    An Introduction to Higher Mathematics
    4.0
  • Mathematics (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002067

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    21.00 Units

    (707) 527-4789

    bdovan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Mathematics is designed to guide the student seeking a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics to fulfill the lower division requirements for that degree. This associate degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an AS-T are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 20-21 semester units as required for the Associate in Science for Transfer Degree in Mathematics major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science for Transfer Degree in Mathematics major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Use calculus to solve problems
    2. Use multivariate calculus to solve problems
    3. Use mathematics to model physical and sociological phenomena

    Mathematics for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 14.0 units

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 1C
    Calculus, Third Course
    4.0

    Mathematics for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MATH 2
    Calculus, Fourth Course-Differential Equations
    3.0
    MATH 5
    Introduction to Linear Algebra
    3.0

    Mathematics for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 4.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    CS 10A
    Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies
    4.0
    MATH 4
    Discrete Mathematics
    4.0
    MATH 6
    An Introduction to Higher Mathematics
    4.0
  • Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002041

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    39.00 Units

    (707) 527-4272

    guser58@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical major prepares students for work in physicians' offices, medical clinics, hospital outpatient clinics, health agencies, and educational institutions. Students completing the program will be eligible to . sit for the California Certifying Board for Medical Assistants (CCBMA) exam. This program provides training in both administrative (front office) and clinical (back office) skills.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate ability to greet patients, answer telephones, schedule appointments, maintain and filing client medical records, complete insurance forms, arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services, handle billing, bookkeeping, and physician correspondence;
    2. demonstrate ability to perform clinical tasks such as taking and recording vital signs and medical histories, explaining treatment procedures to clients, preparing clients for examinations, and assisting during examinations;
    3. collect and prepare laboratory specimens and perform basic laboratory tests on the premises, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments;
    4. present in an instructional manner information about medication and special diets;
    5. demonstrate ability to perform other clinical tasks such as preparing and administering medications as directed by a physician, authorizing drug refills as directed, telephoning prescriptions to a pharmacy, preparing clients for x-rays, taking EKG's, removing sutures and changing dressings; and
    6. arrange examining room instruments and equipment, purchase and maintain supplies and equipment, and keep waiting and examining rooms neat and clean.

    Medical Assisting Core Requirements - complete 16.5 units

    ANAT 140
    Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology
    2.0
    HLC 140
    Health Care Implications of Anatomy and Physiology
    1.0
    HLC 160
    Medical Terminology
    3.0
    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
    MA 160
    Introduction to Medical Office Practice
    3.0
    MA 161
    Law and Ethics for Medical Assistants
    1.0
    MA 162
    Disease Processes
    4.0
    MA 168
    Basic Medical Office Insurance Billing
    1.5

    Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical - complete 22.5 units

    MA 163
    Basic Clinical Skills for Medical Assisting
    3.0
    MA 164
    Laboratory Techniques
    2.0
    MA 165
    Pharmacology & Administration of Medications
    3.0
    MA 167
    Basic Diagnostic Coding
    1.5
    MA 169
    Procedural Coding
    1.5
    MA 174
    Intermediate Clinical Skills for Medical Assisting
    4.0
    MA 176
    Externship
    4.5
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0

    Notes:

    All courses taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a letter grade of 'C' or better.

  • Music: Instrumental (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001045

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    50.00 Units

    (707) 527-4330

    manderman@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Music major provides students with the opportunity to earn an Associate in Arts in Music while meeting the typical lower division requirements for a bachelor's degree in Music at a four-year institution. The major is also designed to prepare students for careers in music performance, composition, publishing, education, and other specializations in the music industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. (through music theory) demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic structure of music;
    2. (through musicianship) demonstrate fluency with the language of music in written and aural form;
    3. (through applied music) perform on their instrument (or voice) at college sophomore level;
    4. (through their major performing ensemble) perform effectively in a musical ensemble;
    5. (through piano proficiency) utilize the piano keyboard to demonstrate and apply musical concepts; and
    6. (through music history) demonstrate a broad-based understanding of the historical and aesthetic development of music.

    Music: Instrumental Core Requirements - complete 27.0 units

    MUSC 2A
    Music Theory 1
    3.0
    MUSC 2B
    Music Theory 2
    3.0
    MUSC 2C
    Music Theory 3
    3.0
    MUSC 2D
    Music Theory 4
    3.0
    MUSC 3A
    Musicianship 1
    2.0
    MUSC 3B
    Musicianship 2
    2.0
    MUSC 3C
    Musicianship 3
    2.0
    MUSC 3D
    Musicianship 4
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 6.1
    Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1750
    3.0
    MUSC 6.2
    Music History and Literature: 1750-Present
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 11A
    Class Piano 1
    2.0
    MUSCP 11B
    Class Piano 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 11C
    Class Piano 3
    2.0
    MUSCP 11D
    Class Piano 4
    2.0

    Music: Instrumental Performance Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 21A
    Concert Choir
    2.5
    MUSCP 21B
    Concert Choir
    2.5
    MUSCP 21C
    Concert Choir
    2.5
    MUSCP 21D
    Concert Choir
    2.5
    MUSCP 30A
    Symphonic Band
    2.5
    MUSCP 30B
    Symphonic Band
    2.5
    MUSCP 30C
    Symphonic Band
    2.5
    MUSCP 30D
    Symphonic Band
    2.5
    MUSCP 33A
    Orchestra
    2.5
    MUSCP 33B
    Orchestra
    2.5
    MUSCP 33C
    Orchestra
    2.5
    MUSCP 33D
    Orchestra
    2.5

    Music: Instrumental Applied Music Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 40.1
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Piano
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.3
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Strings
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.4
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Woodwind
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.5
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Brass
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.6
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Percussion
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.7
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Guitar
    2.5

    Music Electives - complete 2.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 2.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 4A
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 1
    3.0
    MUSC 4B
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 2
    3.0
    MUSC 5A
    Jazz Improvisation 1
    3.0
    MUSC 5B
    Jazz Improvisation 2
    3.0
    MUSC 5C
    Jazz Improvisation 3
    3.0
    MUSC 5D
    Jazz Improvisation 4
    3.0
    MUSC 50
    Introduction to MIDI
    3.0
    MUSCP 17A
    Elementary Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP 17B
    Intermediate Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1A
    Classical Guitar 1
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1B
    Classical Guitar 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 23A
    Chamber Singers 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 23B
    Chamber Singers 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 23C
    Chamber Singers 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 23D
    Chamber Singers 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 32A
    Jazz Band 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 32B
    Jazz Band 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 32C
    Jazz Band 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 32D
    Jazz Band 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 42A
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 42B
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 42C
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 42D
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 4
    2.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    All music majors must complete a minimum of FOUR SEMESTERS of both Applied Music (MUSCP 40.x) and a major performance ensemble (see list above).

    Notes:

    Incoming Music Majors should have prior experience performing on an instrument and be able to read music. Students who lack these basic skills are advised to take one or more of the following:

    • MUSC 1 Music Fundamentals
  • Music: Jazz Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001048

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    58.00 Units

    (707) 527-4330

    manderman@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Music Jazz Studies major provides students with the opportunity to earn an Associate in Arts in Music while meeting the typical lower division requirements for a bachelor’s degree in Jazz Studies at a four-year institution. The major is also designed to prepare students for careers in music performance, composition, publishing, education, and other specializations in the music industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. (through music theory) demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic structure of music;
    2. (through musicianship) demonstrate fluency with the language of music in written and aural form;
    3. (through applied music) perform on their instrument (or voice) at college sophomore level;
    4. (through their major performing ensemble) perform effectively in a musical ensemble;
    5. (through piano proficiency) utilize the piano keyboard to demonstrate and apply musical concepts;
    6. (through music history) demonstrate a broad-based understanding of the historical and aesthetic development of music; and
    7. (through jazz improvisation) improvise on standard jazz repertoire.

    Music: Jazz Studies Core Requirements - complete 35.0 units

    MUSC 2A
    Introduction to Music Theory
    3.0
    MUSC 2B
    Diatonic Harmony
    3.0
    MUSC 3A
    Musicianship 1
    2.0
    MUSC 3B
    Musicianship 2
    2.0
    MUSC 4A
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 1
    3.0
    MUSC 4B
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 2
    3.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    MUSC 15
    Standards Repertoire for the Jazz Musician
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 5A
    Jazz Improvisation 1
    3.0
    MUSC 5B
    Jazz Improvisation 2
    3.0
    MUSC 5C
    Jazz Improvisation 3
    3.0
    MUSC 5D
    Jazz Improvisation 4
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 11A
    Class Piano 1
    2.0
    MUSCP 11B
    Class Piano 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 11C
    Class Piano 3
    2.0
    MUSCP 11D
    Class Piano 4
    2.0

    Music: Jazz Studies Applied Music Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 40.1
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Piano
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.2
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Voice
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.3
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Strings
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.4
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Woodwind
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.5
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Brass
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.6
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Percussion
    2.5
    MUSCP 40.7
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Guitar
    2.5

    Music: Jazz Studies Performance Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 32A
    Jazz Band 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 32B
    Jazz Band 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 32C
    Jazz Band 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 32D
    Jazz Band 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 42A
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 42B
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 42C
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 42D
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 4
    2.5

    Music: Jazz Studies Electives - complete 2.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 2.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 50
    Introduction to MIDI
    3.0
    MUSCP 17A
    Elementary Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP 17B
    Intermediate Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1A
    Classical Guitar 1
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1B
    Classical Guitar 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 23A
    Chamber Singers 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 23B
    Chamber Singers 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 23C
    Chamber Singers 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 23D
    Chamber Singers 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 30A
    Symphonic Band 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 30B
    Symphonic Band 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 30C
    Symphonic Band 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 30D
    Symphonic Band 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 33A
    Orchestra 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 33B
    Orchestra 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 33C
    Orchestra 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 33D
    Orchestra 4
    2.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    All music majors must complete a minimum of FOUR SEMESTERS of both Applied Music (MUSCP 40.x) and a major performance ensemble (see list above).

    Notes:

    Incoming Music Majors should have prior experience performing on an instrument or voice, and be able to read music. Students who lack these basic skills are advised to take one or more of the following:

    • MUSC 1 Music Fundamentals
  • Music: Vocal (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001046

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    58.00 Units

    (707) 527-4330

    manderman@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Music major provides students with the opportunity to earn an Associate in Arts in Music while meeting the typical lower division requirements for a bachelor’s degree in Music at a four-year institution. The major is also designed to prepare students for careers in music performance, composition, publishing, education, and other specializations in the music industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. (through music theory) demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic structure of music;
    2. (through musicianship) demonstrate fluency with the language of music in written and aural form;
    3. (through applied music) perform on their instrument (or voice) at college sophomore level;
    4. (through their major performing ensemble) perform effectively in a musical ensemble;
    5. (through piano proficiency) utilize the piano keyboard to demonstrate and apply musical concepts; and
    6. (through music history) demonstrate a broad-based understanding of the historical and aesthetic development of music.

    Music: Vocal Core Requirements - complete 27.0 units

    MUSC 2A
    Music Theory 1
    3.0
    MUSC 2B
    Music Theory 2
    3.0
    MUSC 2C
    Music Theory 3
    3.0
    MUSC 2D
    Music Theory 4
    3.0
    MUSC 3A
    Musicianship 1
    2.0
    MUSC 3B
    Musicianship 2
    2.0
    MUSC 3C
    Musicianship 3
    2.0
    MUSC 3D
    Musicianship 4
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 6.1
    Music History and Literature: Antiquity to 1750
    3.0
    MUSC 6.2
    Music History and Literature: 1750-Present
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 11A
    Class Piano 1
    2.0
    MUSCP 11B
    Class Piano 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 11C
    Class Piano 3
    2.0
    MUSCP 11D
    Class Piano 4
    2.0

    Music: Diction and Repertoire Requirements - complete 8.0 units

    MUSC 18.1
    Diction and Repertoire: Italian
    2.0
    MUSC 18.2
    Diction and Repertoire: English
    2.0
    MUSC 18.3
    Diction and Repertoire: German
    2.0
    MUSC 18.4
    Diction and Repertoire: French
    2.0

    Music: Vocal Concentration Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 10.0 units from the following:

    MUSCP 21A
    Concert Choir 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 21B
    Concert Choir 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 21C
    Concert Choir 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 21D
    Concert Choir 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 23A
    Chamber Singers 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 23B
    Chamber Singers 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 23C
    Chamber Singers 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 23D
    Chamber Singers 4
    2.5

    Music Electives - complete 2.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 2.0 units from the following:

    MUSC 4A
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 1
    3.0
    MUSC 4B
    Jazz, Rock, and Pop Theory 2
    3.0
    MUSC 5A
    Jazz Improvisation 1
    3.0
    MUSC 5B
    Jazz Improvisation 2
    3.0
    MUSC 5C
    Jazz Improvisation 3
    3.0
    MUSC 5D
    Jazz Improvisation 4
    3.0
    MUSC 50
    Introduction to MIDI
    3.0
    MUSCP 17A
    Elementary Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP 17B
    Intermediate Voice
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1A
    Classical Guitar 1
    2.0
    MUSCP19.1B
    Classical Guitar 2
    2.0
    MUSCP 23A
    Chamber Singers 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 23B
    Chamber Singers 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 23C
    Chamber Singers 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 23D
    Chamber Singers 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 32A
    Jazz Band 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 32B
    Jazz Band 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 32C
    Jazz Band 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 32D
    Jazz Band 4
    2.5
    MUSCP 42A
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 1
    2.5
    MUSCP 42B
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 2
    2.5
    MUSCP 42C
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 3
    2.5
    MUSCP 42D
    Jazz Combo Ensemble 4
    2.5

    Music: Vocal Applied Music Requirements - complete 10.0 units

    MUSCP 40.2
    Applied Music (Individual Instruction): Voice
    2.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    All music majors must complete a minimum of FOUR SEMESTERS of both Applied Music (MUSCP 40.x) and a major performance ensemble (see list above).

    Notes:

    Students should have prior experience performing on an instrument or voice, and be able to read music. Students who lack these basic skills are advised to take one or more of the following:

    • MUSC 1 Music Fundamentals
    • MUSCP 17A Elementary Voice

    IMPORTANT: For the Music: Vocal Applied Music Requirements, students must successfully complete MUSCP 40.2 four times for a total of 10.0 units.

  • Native American Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001076

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 522-2645

    mdasgupta@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Native American Studies Associate in Arts is designed to prepare students for transfer to a baccalaureate program in Native American Studies, American Indian Studies, or Ethnic Studies with an emphasis on Native American Cultural Studies. The degree offers an interdisciplinary approach that includes Native American visual arts, literature, religious traditions, and history, as well as the interaction of Native American cultures with non-native cultures within a larger historical context of California and the United States.   The Associate Degree in Native American Studies also prepares students to serve in a variety of capacities. Graduates can attain positions with: tribes, indigenous organizations, federal, state, and local governments, social service agencies, non-profit organizations, community organizations, museums, youth-serving organizations, schools, and research centers, among others

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Analyze and compare cultural traditions such as kinship, childrearing, religion, magic, political systems, language, and relationship to nature within a global context.  
    2. Describe the history and traditions of representative Native cultures of North America, including indigenous cultural responses to the colonial influences of European and other cultural contacts.  
    3. Analyze, interpret, and discuss the arts of diverse Native American cultures, including worldviews, practices and oral traditions, as expressed in their material culture within an historical context.  
    4. Describe and analyze the interrelated roles of race, ethnicity, and gender in shaping political and cultural institutions in the United States.

    Native American Studies Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 4
    Ancient Peoples and Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
  • Natural Resources (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002020

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    27.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Natural Resources major (AS degree) is a transfer-oriented program. Students conduct introductory coursework in Forestry, Watershed Management and Parks and Recreation that prepares them to successfully complete a Bachelor’s degree in these or related fields at 4-year college or university. The major also provides career-oriented training necessary for technician-level positions in natural resource conservation and the outdoor recreation industry with government agencies and the private sector. The program consists of 20 units of core requirements and 6 units of elective courses that allow the student to specialize or focus on a particular area of Natural Resources.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify and discuss historical approaches to Natural Resource Management in the U.S.;
    2. Develop and use vocabulary for the protection, cultivation and management of wildlands;
    3. Discuss economic benefits to protecting healthy watershed characteristics including: recreation opportunities, biological diversity, species richness and clean water;
    4. Critically analyze and apply research and extension work in the field of watershed, park management, and forestry; and
    5. Identify best management practices strategies for managing land and recreational areas.

    Natural Resources Core Requirements - complete 20.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 20.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0
    NRM 12
    Introduction to Environmental Conservation
    3.0
    NRM 51
    Wildland Trees and Shrubs
    3.0
    NRM 70
    Forest Management and Assessment
    4.0
    NRM 84
    Introduction to Fish and Wildlife Conservation
    3.0
    NRM 87
    Geographic Info. Systems Applications in Natural Resources
    3.0
    NRM 88
    Watershed Ecology and Restoration
    3.0
    NRM 99I
    Natural Resources Mgnt Occupational Work Experience Intern
    8.0

    Natural Resources Elective Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    BAD 52
    Human Relations in Organizations
    3.0
    CS 72.11A
    Adobe InDesign 1
    3.0
    NRM 60
    Introduction to Outdoor Recreation
    3.0
    NRM 63
    Environmental Education
    3.0
    NRM 67
    Recreation Facility Management
    3.0
    NRM 72
    Forest Fire Control and Its Use
    3.0
    NRM 80
    Environmental Policy for Resource Managers
    3.0
    NRM 86
    Watershed Resource Management
    2.0
    NRM 91
    Rangeland Management
    3.0
    NRM 103
    Restoring Native Habitats
    0.5
    NRM 111
    Orientation to Environmental Resource Management
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Students who elect to take more than three courses from the Parks and Recreation Management Emphasis Requirements course list can use the additional course(s) to partially satisfy the Parks and Recreation Management Elective Requirement.

  • Natural Sciences (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002002

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-4246

    vtam@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Natural Sciences major focuses on the physical universe, its life forms, and its natural phenomena. This degree program is intended for the student who wants to explore the natural sciences as a foundation for lifelong learning, or as an introduction to the various related disciplines in the natural sciences, including astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, environmental science, geology, meteorology, physics, and physiology.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Describe the facts and principles that form the basis of one discipline within the natural sciences;
    2. outline the scientific method and describe how this method is used to study the natural world; and
    3. apply critical thinking skills and knowledge of the scientific method to the observation and exploration of natural phenomena.

    Natural Sciences Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 18.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 20
    Introduction to Plant Science
    3.0
    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    ANAT 40
    Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    4.0
    ANAT 58
    Introduction to Human Anatomy
    3.0
    ANSCI 20
    Basic Animal Science
    3.0
    ANTHRO 1
    Biological Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 1L
    Biological Anthropology Lab
    1.0
    ASTRON 3
    Stellar Astronomy
    3.0
    ASTRON 3L
    Stellar Astronomy Laboratory
    1.0
    ASTRON 4
    Astronomy of the Solar System
    3.0
    ASTRON 4L
    Solar System Astronomy Laboratory
    1.0
    ASTRON 12
    Astronomy Observational Lab
    1.0
    BIO 2.1
    Fundamentals of Biology (Cell and Molecular)
    5.0
    BIO 2.2
    Fundamentals of Biology (Evolution, Genetics, and Zoology)
    5.0
    BIO 2.3
    Fundamentals of Biology (Botany and Ecology)
    5.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    BIO 12
    Basic Concepts of Ecology
    3.0
    BIO 13
    Human Biology
    3.0
    BIO 14
    Current Issues in Biology
    3.0
    BIO 16
    Introduction to Biology For Non-Majors
    4.0
    BIO 20
    Human Genetics
    3.0
    BIO 25
    Marine Biology
    4.0
    BIO 27
    Biology of Marine Mammals
    3.0
    BOTANY 10
    Plant Biology
    4.0
    BOTANY 60
    Field Botany
    4.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 3B
    General Chemistry Part 2
    5.0
    CHEM 8
    Introductory Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 12A
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 12B
    Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 42
    Introductory General Chemistry
    4.0
    CHEM 60
    General, Organic and Biological Chemistry
    5.0
    ENVS 12
    Introduction to Environmental Science
    3.0
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    GEOG 4
    Physical Geography
    3.0
    GEOG 10
    Introduction to Weather and Climate
    3.0
    GEOL 1
    The Earth
    3.0
    GEOL 1L
    Geology Lab
    1.0
    GEOL 11
    Geology of California
    3.0
    GEOL 20
    Natural Disasters
    3.0
    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 4
    Discrete Mathematics
    4.0
    MATH 9
    Finite Mathematics
    3.0
    MATH 10
    Nature of Mathematics
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    MATH 16
    Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
    4.0
    MATH 25
    Precalculus Algebra
    3.0
    MATH 27
    Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry
    5.0
    MATH 58
    Precalculus Trigonometry
    3.0
    MATH 154
    Elementary and Intermediate Algebra For Business and STEM
    8.0
    MATH 155
    Intermediate Algebra
    4.0
    MATH 156
    Intermediate Algebra for Business and STEM Majors
    5.0
    MATH 161
    Mathematics Preparation for Statistics and Liberal Arts
    4.0
    METRO 10
    Introduction to Weather and Climate
    3.0
    METRO 10L
    Weather and Climate Lab
    1.0
    MICRO 5
    General Microbiology
    5.0
    MICRO 60
    Fundamentals of Microbiology
    4.0
    NRM 12
    Introduction to Environmental Conservation
    3.0
    NRM 51
    Wildland Trees and Shrubs
    3.0
    PHYS 1
    Introduction to Physics Problem Solving
    3.0
    PHYS 11
    Conceptual Physics
    4.0
    PHYS 20
    General Physics Lecture Part I
    3.0
    PHYS 20L
    General Physics Lab Part I
    1.0
    PHYS 21
    General Physics Lecture Part II
    3.0
    PHYS 21L
    General Physics Lab Part II
    1.0
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 42
    Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 43
    Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
    3.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    PHYSIO 58
    Introduction to Human Physiology
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    Students must complete at least 18 units from the list below; course choices must include at least one course from three different science disciplines: chemistry, earth & space sciences, life sciences, math, and physics. In addition, students must complete 1 unit for the Learning Information Resources requirement.

    Students may only count 1 course each from the following three groups toward the major requirements: ANAT 1 or ANAT 40 or ANAT 58; MICRO 5 or MICRO 60; PHYSIO 1 or PHYSIO 58.

    No course may be counted twice to fulfill the major requirements.

  • Nursing ADN (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002001

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    78.00 Units

    (707) 522-2881

    kmagee@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Nursing major has been approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Students receive clinical experiences in a variety of clinical facilities and community agencies throughout Sonoma County.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Practice nursing in ways that minimize risk of harm to patients and providers through their individual performances and contributions to system effectiveness.
    2. Use data to monitor the outcomes of care processes and actively participate in continuous quality improvements activities.
    3. Use information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision-making that improves patient outcomes.
    4. Integrate the best current evidence with clinical expertise and patient/family preferences and values for delivery of optimal health care.
    5. Function effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams, using open communication, respect for others, and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient care.
    6. Provide and direct nursing care that promotes and supports the emotional, mental and social well-being of the patient experiencing stressful events, as well as clients with acute or chronic mental illness.
    7. Promote physical health and wellness by providing care and comfort, reducing patient risk potential and managing health alterations.
    8. Use the Nursing Process and critical thinking to provide safe and effective patient care in a variety of practice settings.
    9. Recognize the patient and family or designee as the source of control and full partner in providing compassionate and coordinated care based on respect for the patient’s preferences, values, and needs.
    10. Provide and direct nursing care that incorporates the knowledge of expected growth and development principles; prevention and/or early detection of health problems, and strategies to achieve optimal health.
    11. Facilitate patient and family learning by providing information and resources to support health and manage disease.

    Program Selection Process:

    The selection process is in compliance with Title 5 of the California Education Code. Screening is based on a probability of student succeeding in an ADN program. The score is determined by a formula using the following four criteria:

    • Overall College GPA within the last 5 years prior to application to the ADN program
    • English Composition GPA (English 1A or equivalent)
    • Overall GPA in the following prerequisite sciences (anatomy, physiology, microbiology)
    • Minus the number of repeats, withdraws, no credits, and incomplete grades in the core sciences (negative predictor of success).
    The formula will determine a probability of success score for each student. All students who have this score or higher will be eligible for the program. If there are more students than seats in the program, a random computerized selection process (lottery) will be used to select the individuals entering the program from applicants who met the minimum cut score, along with an alternate list. The alternate list is not kept from year to year. Students not accepted must reapply each year.

    Senate bill 1309 legislates that ADN programs are to implement assessment testing of students prior to the student being allowed to start ADN coursework. Beginning Spring 2008, all students who are accepted into the SRJC ADN program will be required to successfully pass an assessment test. Those students who pass the test may enroll in ADN coursework. Those students who do not pass are required to take remedial coursework and successfully complete assessment testing before being allowed to enter the ADN program.

    Nursing (ADN) Prerequisites Requirements - complete 21.0 units

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 1A
    Reading & Composition
    4.0
    ESL 10
    ESL College Composition
    4.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 62
    Nutrition and Diet Therapy
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MICRO 5
    General Microbiology
    5.0
    MICRO 60
    Fundamentals of Microbiology
    4.0

    Nursing (ADN) Board of Registered Nursing Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    COMM 3
    Introduction to Argumentation
    3.0
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 8
    Introduction to Lifespan Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOC 10
    Marriage & the Family
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race & Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Nursing (ADN) Core Requirements - complete 38.0 units

    NR 75.2A
    Fundamentals of Professional Nursing
    10.0
    NR 75.1B
    Introduction to Medical Surgical Nursing
    5.0
    NR 75.2B
    Psychiatric Nursing
    4.5
    NR 75.1C
    Intermediate Medical Surgical Nursing
    4.5
    NR 75.2C
    Maternal Child Nursing
    5.0
    NR 75.1D
    Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing
    9.0

    Notes:

    CHEM 60 and BIO 10 are prerequisites to the Anatomy, Physiology, and Microbiology courses. Prerequisite science courses without an on campus laboratory component will not be accepted.

    Because basic algebra is recommended for chemistry, students without basic algebra skills are advised to take Elementary Algebra. The department recommends that students meet the math competency requirement for the Associate Degree prior to entering the program.

    Food & Nutrition and Psychology courses must be completed PRIOR to start of the program.

    Beginning with the class of Fall 2009, only college transferable reading and composition courses (English 1A or equivalent) will be accepted to fulfill the English prerequisite requirement. English 100 and English 100 ESL will no longer be accepted. This change is effective for students who apply Fall 2008 for the Fall 2009 ADN program.

    Prior to being accepted into the ADN program students must successfully complete a background check, clear urine drug screen, and other clinical placement health requirements. For specific guidance on qualification requirements and selection process please refer to the ADN web page available at: adn.santarosa.edu.

    All courses taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better. (A C minus in prerequisite courses will not be accepted if the C minus is less than 70%.)

    Updated 5/4/16

  • Nutrition & Dietetics (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001018

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    40.00 Units

    (707) 521-6947

    jharrison@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Nutrition & Dietetics major provides education in nutrition science and the relationship of the human diet to health and lifestyle-related diseases. The purpose of the Nutrition & Dietetics major is to provide students with education and training in the area of nutritional sciences or dietetics and to prepare for transfer.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify the role of nutrients and healthy food preparations for optimal health and well-being;
    2. select appropriate foods for a healthy diet and disease risk reduction;
    3. clearly communicate nutrition concepts in oral and written formats;
    4. use critical thinking to analyze and interpret information from various media sources and draw scientifically-based conclusions; and
    5. transfer to a four-year program in Nutrition, Dietetics, and/or Food Science.

    Nutrition & Dietetics Major Core Requirements - complete 39.0 units

    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 3B
    General Chemistry Part 2
    5.0
    CHEM 8
    Introductory Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 70
    Introduction to Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Service
    1.0
    FDNT 75
    Principles of Food
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 5.0 units from the following:

    BIO 2.1
    Fundamentals of Biology (Cell and Molecular)
    5.0
    BIO 2.2
    Fundamentals of Biology (Evolution, Genetics, and Zoology)
    5.0
    MICRO 5
    General Microbiology
    5.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    Math, Chemistry, Physiology, Biology and Microbiology courses require placement exams or successful completion of pre-requisite courses prior to enrollment; check individual courses for specific requirements and timelines for placement exams. Completion of pre-reqs for the required science and math courses for this major are CRITICAL during the FIRST semester of enrollment if a student wants to complete within 4 semesters.

  • Paralegal Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001052

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    36.00 Units

    (707) 527-4628

    sfischera@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Santa Rosa Junior College Paralegal Studies Program is an academic Associate in Arts degree program for students seeking employment in the legal field and in business. The curriculum blends an understanding of legal theory and practical skills, based on actual paralegal job responsibilities. Classes are taught by practicing attorneys and paralegals in the evenings and on weekends.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Locate statutes and case law by researching legal issues;
    2. compose legal documents and complete mandated legal court forms;
    3. apply learned critical thinking and analytical skills to client matters;
    4. compile and organize materials efficiently for trials;
    5. interview witnesses and conduct investigations on the behalf of clients; and
    6. complete specific, substantive tasks as delegated by the supervising attorney.

    Paralegal Studies Core Requirement - complete 26.0 units

    PLS 50
    Introduction to Paralegal Studies
    3.0
    PLS 51
    Legal Research
    3.0
    PLS 52
    Legal Writing
    3.0
    PLS 53
    Civil Procedure: Pleadings
    3.0
    PLS 54
    Civil Procedure: Discovery
    3.0
    PLS 55
    Legal Ethics
    2.0
    PLS 99I
    Paralegal Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    BGN 71
    Business English Grammar
    3.0
    BOT 85.1
    Legal Professions
    1.0
    BOT 85.4
    Civil Litigation Practices and Procedures
    1.5
    BOT 85.5
    Discovery Practices and Procedures
    1.5

    Paralegal Studies Elective A - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CS 65.11
    Microsoft Office
    3.0
    PLS 65
    Technology in the Law Office: Practice, Procedures & Ethics
    3.0

    Paralegal Studies Elective B - complete 7.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 7.0 units from the following:

    BAD 18
    The Legal Environment of Business
    3.0
    PLS 60
    Legal Calendaring
    1.0
    PLS 61
    Intellectual Property Law
    3.0
    PLS 62
    Torts
    3.0
    PLS 63
    Contracts
    3.0
    PLS 64
    The American Jury System
    1.0
    PLS 66
    Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
    3.0
    PLS 67
    Family Law
    3.0
    RE 55
    Legal Aspects of Real Estate
    3.0

    Notes:

    Students with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

    Students who already possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education may be awarded an Associate’s Degree upon completion of the following: 1 . All requirements in a major in a different field of study. 2 . Twelve units in residence. 3 . A Bachelor’s Degree or higher from a regionally accredited college in the United States will be accepted as fulfilling the General Education requirements for graduation.

  • Paramedic (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002007

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    50.25 Units

    (707) 836-2907

    ahsieh@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Paramedic program provides technical and practical knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of the California Administrative Code to gain licensure as a paramedic by the California State Emergency Medical Services Authority. Students must be 18 years of age to enter the program.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Complete the National Registry written exam;
    2. complete the National Registry Skills Exam; and
    3. demonstrate professional behavior consistent with criteria for employment as a licensed paramedic in the state of California.

    Program Selection Process:

    Please see the Public Safety department website for more information about entering the program. A current EMT-1 certificate is required to enter this program.

    Paramedic Major Prerequisites - complete 11.8 units

    ANAT 40
    Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology
    4.0
    EMC 103
    Emergency Medical Technician
    5.5
    EMC 109
    Introduction to Paramedic
    0.3
    EMC 114
    Basic Arrhythmia Recognition Course
    2.0

    Paramedic Major Core Requirements - complete 38.5 units

    EMC 131A
    Paramedic Clinical Practicum 1
    2.0
    EMC 131B
    Paramedic Clinical Practicum 2
    3.0
    EMC 133A
    Paramedic Theory 1A - Preparatory
    9.5
    EMC 133B
    Paramedic Theory 1B - Trauma Emergencies
    2.5
    EMC 133C
    Paramedic Theory 2A - Medical Emergencies
    8.0
    EMC 133D
    Paramedic Theory 2B - Pediatric and other Emergencies
    3.5
    EMC 134
    Paramedic Field Practicum
    10.0

    Notes:

    Student's participating in the program must have the following:

    High school diploma/GED
    Current EMT- 1 certificate
    Current health care provider CPR certification
    Current immunizations (MMR, Tetanus, Hepatitis B, negative TB Skin test)
    Evidence of good health verified by a physical examination
    Background clearance

    EMC program staff registers students into EMC 133A through D and 131A after enrollment is complete. Students are unable to enroll independently.
    EMC 109 is taken in the Spring before the Paramedic Academy begins. Enrollment into EMC 109 is based on approval from EMC Program.
    EMC 133A begins in early August and continues into Fall semester. EMC 131A is a co-enrollment with EMC 133A.

    Outside coursework for EMC 114 and ANAT 40 may be accepted for application to the Paramedic Academy. Determination of acceptance is made on a case by case basis. Prospective students should review the student learning objectives for each course and compare them to the outside coursework prior to taking the class(es).

    ANAT 58 may be considered as a substitute for ANAT 40

  • Pharmacy Technician (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002009

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.50 Units

    (707) 521-7906

    adeen@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Pharmacy Technician major prepares students to be registered pharmacy technicians and for employment in a variety of pharmacy settings.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Pharmacologically classify a drug after having been presented with its generic name, brand (trade) name, chemical name and indication;
    2. interpret current federal and state legislation and name the agencies regulating the practice of pharmacy;
    3. create patient profiles utilizing information obtained from the prescription and the patient;
    4. read and write proper medical notation on the drug order and interpret information on drug labels and stock bottles;
    5. calculate the oral dosages of drugs, both solid and liquid forms based on currently accepted pharmaceutical mathematics;
    6. describe the pharmacological action, therapeutic effects, common side effects, doses and drug interactions of common medications prescribed to treat dysfunction of selected body systems; and
    7. describe common pharmaceutical measuring, weighing and compounding devices and accurately use the metric, apothecary, avoirdupois and household systems to count and measure.

    Pharmacy Technician Requirements - complete 19.5 units

    PHARM 102
    Pharmaceutical Calculations for the Pharmacy Technician
    2.0
    PHARM 103
    Critical Thinking and Management Skills for the PT
    2.0
    PHARM 150
    Introduction to Pharmacy Technician
    3.0
    PHARM 152
    Ambulatory Pharmacy Practice
    2.0
    PHARM 154A
    Retail Clinical 1
    1.0
    PHARM 154B
    Retail Clinical 2
    2.0
    PHARM 155
    Pharmacology
    4.0
    PHARM 156
    Dispensing and Compounding
    2.5
    PHARM 157
    Hospital Pharmacy Practice for the Pharmacy Technician
    0.5
    PHARM 157L
    Hospital Pharmacy Clinical Experience
    0.5

    Notes:

    Licensure Note: The California State Board of Pharmacy may deny licensure for felony or misdemeanor offences. It is the responsibility of the student to present sufficient evidence of rehabilitation prior to licensure and/or secure a pre-application process with the Board, independent to the program admission application.

    Other Notes:

    • All courses must be completed with a "C" or better.
    • PHARM 150 (delivered online) is only offered in the Summer semester and it is suggested that students take CSKLS 334- How to Take an Online Class, before enrolling for PHARM 150.
  • Philosophy (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001012

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707)527-4607

    smartin@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Philosophy major provides lower division preparation for those who plan to major in Philosophy at a university. An Associate Degree in Philosophy can also provide a foundation for lifelong learning.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify characteristically philosophical issues; and
    2. identify and critically evaluate philosophical arguments, including the arguments of prominent philosophers from the history of philosophy.

    Philosophy Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    PHIL 6
    Introduction to Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Early Christian Literature
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 3
    Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 4
    Introduction to Symbolic Logic
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Philosophy (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001070

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4239

    maparicio@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Philosophy is designed to guide the student seeking a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy to fulfill the lower division requirements for that degree. The Philosophy Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following ADT requirements to earn this degree: 1. Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: -(A)The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and -(B) A minimum of 18 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Philosophy major. 2. Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 3. Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree in Philosophy major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify characteristic philosophical issues; and
    2. Identify and critically evaluate philosophical arguments, including the arguments of prominent philosophers from the history of philosophy.

    Philosophy for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    PHIL 4
    Introduction to Symbolic Logic
    3.0
    PHIL 6
    Introduction to Philosophy
    3.0

    Philosophy for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0

    Philosophy for Transfer List B Requirements - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 3
    Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0

    Philosophy for Transfer List C Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 3
    Critical Thinking
    3.0
    PHIL 5
    Critical Thinking/Writing
    3.0
    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 12
    Environmental Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    RELS 1
    Introduction to Religious Studies
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 15
    Islam
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Jesus and the Invention of Christianity
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0

    Notes:

    NOTES: A course used to satisfy the List A requirements cannot be used to satisfy List B or List C. A course used to satisfy the List B requirements cannot be used to satisfy List A or List C. A course used to satisfy the List C requirements cannot be used to satisfy List A or List B.

  • Physics (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002050

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    39.00 Units

    (707) 527-4680

    lwilliams@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Physics Degree Program is designed to prepare students for transfer and upper division work at four-year colleges and universities in the fields of physics, astronomy, astrophysics, or applied physics. Students develop the conceptual knowledge, analytical abilities, and laboratory skills necessary for further study in physics related fields.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply physical principles from the basic subfields of physics (classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics), as well as areas from application (e.g. solid state physics, optics, etc.) in advanced courses;
    2. apply physical principles to novel situations through critical thinking, problem solving, mathematical modeling, and laboratory experimentation.
    3. design and assemble experimental apparatuses, conduct and analyze measurements of physical phenomena, assess experimental uncertainty, and make meaningful comparisons between experiment and theory; and
    4. communicate ideas and processes of physics clearly and precisely, both orally and in writing.

    Physics Requirements - complete 38.0 units

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 1C
    Calculus, Third Course
    4.0
    MATH 2
    Calculus, Fourth Course-Differential Equations
    3.0
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 42
    Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 43
    Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
    3.0
    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Physics (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002066

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    30.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    lwilliams@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Science for Transfer in Physics degree is designed to prepare students for transfer and upper division work at a CSU campus in the field of Physics. Students develop the conceptual knowledge, analytical abilities, and laboratory skills necessary for further study in physics and related fields. The Physics Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC); and (B) A minimum of 29 semester units as required for the Associate in Science in Physics for Transfer major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Science in Physics for Transfer major. Upon successful completion of this major, the student will be able to: 1. Apply physical principles from the basic subfields of physics (classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics), as well as apply applications of Physics (e.g. solid state physics, optics, etc.) in advanced courses; 2. Apply physical principles to novel situations through critical thinking, problem solving, mathematical modeling, and laboratory experimentation. 3. Design and assemble experimental apparatuses, conduct and analyze measurements of physical phenomena, assess experimental uncertainty, and make meaningful comparisons between experiment and theory; and 4. Communicate ideas and processes of physics clearly and precisely, both orally and in writing.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply physical principles from the basic subfields of physics (classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, and thermodynamics), as well as apply applications of Physics (e.g. solid state physics, optics, etc.) in advanced courses;
    2. Apply physical principles to novel situations through critical thinking, problem solving, mathematical modeling, and laboratory experimentation.
    3. Design and assemble experimental apparatuses, conduct and analyze measurements of physical phenomena, assess experimental uncertainty, and make meaningful comparisons between experiment and theory; and
    4. Communicate ideas and processes of physics clearly and precisely, both orally and in writing.

    Physics for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 30.0 units

    MATH 1A
    Calculus, First Course
    5.0
    MATH 1B
    Calculus, Second Course
    5.0
    MATH 1C
    Calculus, Third Course
    4.0
    PHYS 40
    Classical Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers
    5.0
    PHYS 41
    Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics for Scientists & Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 42
    Electricity and Magnetism for Scientists and Engineers
    4.0
    PHYS 43
    Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
    3.0

    Notes:

    MATH 2 is a prerequisite to PHYS 43 and may be taken after successful completion of MATH 1C.
    To keep this degree under 60 units, only the GE IGETC pattern can be used.

  • Political Science (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001031

    Term Effective: Fall 2016

    19.00 Units

    (707) 524-1812

    adonegan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Political Science major will provide students with a framework for understanding political theories, institutions and processes. Completion of the program should provide students with the analytical tools needed for success in the major at the university level.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Describe how different political theories and political systems address the question of who governs, how resources are allocated, and what rights citizens have in a society;
    2. analyze how political institutions and processes impact our daily lives;
    3. employ critical thinking skills and analysis to interpret and support a political position;
    4. research contemporary political issues drawing on diverse sources, including online material; and
    5. assess and distinguish between factual and interpretive information.

    Political Science Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    HIST 1.2
    World History Since 1500 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 17.1
    History of the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 17.2
    U.S. History from 1877
    3.0
    HIST 20
    History of the US Since 1945
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Political Science (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001060

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    18.00 Units

    (707) 524-1812

    adonegan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Political Science (AA-T) degree will provide students with a framework for understanding political theories, institutions and processes. Completion of the degree should provide students with a seamless transition to a CSU and the analytical tools needed for success in the major at the university level. This associate degree is designed to provide a clear and seamless pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Describe how different political theories and political systems address the question of who governs, how resources are allocated, and what rights citizens have in a society;
    2. analyze how political institutions and processes impact our daily lives;
    3. employ critical thinking skills and analysis to interpret and support a political position;
    4. research contemporary political issues drawing on diverse sources, including online material; and
    5. assess and distinguish between factual and interpretive information.

    Political Science TMC Core Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0

    Political Science TMC List A - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0

    Political Science TMC List B - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 17.1
    History of the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 17.2
    United States History from 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.1
    History of Women in the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOCS 12
    Environmental Policy and Politics
    3.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    A course used to satisfy a requirement in List A can not be used to fulfill the requirements in List B.

  • Pre-Allied Health (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002011

    Term Effective: Fall 2016

    24.00 Units

    (707) 524-1813

    swilson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Pre-Allied Health major is designed for students intending to transfer to allied health disciplines, such as Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and Physical Therapy Assistant, etc., at two or four-year institutions. (Please consult a counselor.)

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between structure and function by predicting the function of unfamiliar structures based on knowledge of previously studied cells, tissues, and organs;
    2. use skills acquired in the human anatomy course to learn new body structures;
    3. work safely in a lab or clinical setting with microorganisms;
    4. explain pharmaceutical drug actions based on knowledge of physiological mechanisms;
    5. apply knowledge of anatomy, microbiology, physiology to more advanced courses required in allied health majors; and
    6. apply knowledge of anatomy, microbiology or physiology in the clinical practice of nursing or dental hygiene.

    Pre-Allied Health Major Requirements - complete 23.0 units

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    CHEM 60
    Chemistry for the Allied Health Sciences
    5.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    MICRO 5
    General Microbiology
    5.0
    MICRO 60
    Fundamentals of Microbiology
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Psychology (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001038

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    21.00 Units

    (707) 527-4220

    jkremer@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    Students completing the Psychology major at Santa Rosa Junior College will develop skills and knowledge consistent with the study of Psychology in a global, multicultural, and comparative context. The successful student will have mastered the reading, writing, and research skills essential to Psychological inquiry and exposition. Completion of the program will provide the orientation and background necessary for success in the major at the university level and will provide a foundation for lifelong learning.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify the major theoretical approaches, theorists, and historical trends in psychology;
    2. understand and use basic research methods in psychology, including design, data analysis and interpretation;
    3. apply psychological knowledge to personal, social, and cultural issues;
    4. develop interpersonal skills to foster an understanding of self and others in a diverse cultural context;
    5. apply critical thinking to psychological theories, research, and personal assumptions; and
    6. articulate thoughts effectively in written and oral communication.

    Psychology Major Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0
    PSYCH 9
    Introduction to Behavioral Sciences Statistics
    3.0

    Psychology Major Restricted Electives - complete 12.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 8
    Introduction to Lifespan Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 11
    Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 14
    Introduction to Positive Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 35
    Psychology of Personal and Social Adjustment
    3.0
    PSYCH 40
    Introduction to Psychology of Gender
    3.0
    PSYCH 52
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0
    PSYCH 57
    Introduction to Sports Psychology
    3.0

    Notes:

    No course may be used more than once to fulfill a requirement in the major. A grade of "C" or better is required for all major classes.

  • Psychology (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001056

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    20.00 Units

    (707) 527-4220

    jkremer@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    Students completing the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Psychology at Santa Rosa Junior College will develop skills and knowledge consistent with the study of Psychology in a global, multicultural, and comparative context. The successful student will have mastered the reading, writing, and research skills essential to psychological inquiry and exposition. Completion of the major will provide the orientation and background necessary for success in psychology at the university level and will provide a foundation for lifelong learning. This major fulfills the transfer model curriculum for the California State University (CSU) campuses.

    Psychology for Transfer Required - complete 10.0 units

    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0

    Psychology List A - complete 4.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    BIO 16
    Introduction to Biology For Non-Majors
    4.0

    Psychology List B - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0

    Psychology List C - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 10
    Introduction to Biological Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 11
    Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 14
    Introduction to Positive Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    PSYCH 35
    Psychology of Personal and Social Adjustment
    3.0
    PSYCH 40
    Introduction to Psychology of Gender
    3.0
    PSYCH 52
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0
    PSYCH 57
    Introduction to Sports Psychology
    3.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    Note: Courses used to satisfy requirements in one category cannot be used to satisfy requirements in another category. Review the TMC template for specific details.

  • Public Health Science (AS-T)

    Program of Study Code: 002074

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    34.00 Units

    (707) 524-1591

    ejen@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Public Health Science Associate in Science for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Describe social, political, and economic issues that impact public health and healthcare delivery systems in the United States.
    2. Explain how functional anatomy and physiological regulation affect health and wellness.
    3. Describe how behavioral, cultural, and environmental factors impact the health status of individuals and diverse populations.
    4. Demonstrate effective communication and problem-solving skills necessary to improve health inequalities, such as advocacy, community organizing, and/or policy change.

    Public Health Science Requirements - complete 34.0 units

    HLE 5
    Personal Health and Wellness
    3.0
    HLC 52
    Introduction to Public Health
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    BIO 10
    Introduction to Principles of Biology
    4.0
    CHEM 42
    Introductory General Chemistry
    4.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    FDNT 60
    Nutrition and Physical Fitness
    1.0
    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    PSYCH 8
    Introduction to Lifespan Psychology
    3.0
  • Radiologic Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002008

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    93.00 Units

    (707) 527-4630

    talander@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Radiologic Major provides training in the operation of X-ray and computer equipment, performance of radiological procedures, creating and processing radiographs, experience in other advanced imaging modalities, and radiation protection. A minimum of 1,850 clinical hours is required in hospitals and radiology departments affiliated with Santa Rosa Junior College. Elective clinical experience in other modalities is available. The SRJC program, accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, is approved by the California State Department of Public Health -Radiologic Health Branch. Upon successful program completion, eligible graduates (contact individual health care agencies for specific criteria and pre-application review process) will be allowed to sit for examinations administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the California State Department of Public Health - Radiologic Health Branch.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. deliver high quality patient care services in Radiology;
    2. observe a high level of medical ethics;
    3. perform radiographic job duties with professionalism;
    4. use effective communication skills;
    5. use critical thinking skills to analyze and resolve imaging issues; and
    6. demonstrate clinical competency of an entry-level technologist.

    Program Selection Process:

    Applicants who have completed all of the program prerequisites by the deadline of the application year will be qualified for the lottery selection process. Please contact the Health Science Department for information about entering the program.

    Radiologic Technology Prerequisites - complete 28.0 units

    CI 54
    Community Engagement Related to Health Care
    3.0
    CS 5
    Computer Literacy
    3.0
    HLC 160
    Medical Terminology
    3.0
    RADT 100
    Survey of Medical Imaging
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    ENGL 1A
    College Composition
    4.0
    ESL 10
    ESL College Composition
    4.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    ANAT 58
    Introduction to Human Anatomy
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    PHYSIO 58
    Introduction to Human Physiology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    And
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    or
    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    And
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    or
    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    And
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    or
    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    And
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    or
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    And
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    or
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    And
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    or
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    And
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    or
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    And
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    or
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0
    And
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    or
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0
    And
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    or
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0
    And
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    or
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0
    And
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    MATH 101
    Mathematics for the Associate Degree
    3.0
    MATH 154
    Elementary and Intermediate Algebra
    8.0
    MATH 155
    Intermediate Algebra
    4.0
    MATH 156
    Intermediate Algebra for Business and STEM Majors
    5.0
    MATH 161
    Mathematics Preparation for Statistics and Liberal Arts
    4.0
    PSYCH 9
    Introduction to Behavioral Sciences Statistics
    3.0

    Any higher level math course will satisfy requirement

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 52
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0

    Radiologic Technology Requirements - complete 65.0 units

    RADT 60
    Introduction to Radiologic Technology
    3.0
    RADT 61A
    Radiographic Positioning 1
    4.0
    RADT 61B
    Radiographic Positioning 2
    3.0
    RADT 61C
    Radiographic Positioning 3
    1.0
    RADT 63A
    Radiation Physics and Medical Imaging Systems
    3.0
    RADT 63B
    Radiobiology Radiation Protection, and Quality Control
    3.0
    RADT 64
    Patient Care in Radiology
    3.0
    RADT 64L
    Patient Care in Radiology Laboratory
    2.0
    RADT 65
    Pathology in Radiology
    2.0
    RADT 66
    Special Modalities
    4.0
    RADT 68
    Preparation for Professional Practice
    3.0
    RADT 71A
    Clinical Experience 1
    4.5
    RADT 71B
    Clinical Experience 2
    6.0
    RADT 71C
    Clinical Experience 3
    2.5
    RADT 71D
    Clinical Experience 4
    8.5
    RADT 71E
    Clinical Experience 5
    8.5
    RADT 71F
    Clinical Experience 6
    4.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    Program prerequisites are put in place by external accreditation and regulatory agencies and are not subject to catalog rights. Starting Fall 2009, only college transferable reading and composition courses (English 1A or equivalent) will be accepted to fulfill the English prerequisite requirement. Completion of all prerequisites must show on official transcripts. Listing of articulated classes are available for review: Articulation Agreements (https://articulation.santarosa.edu/california-community-colleges).

    Starting in 2015, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists will require an Associate Degree as eligibility to sit for the licensing examination. Therefore, the SRJC Radiologic Technology Program strongly urges all applicants who do not possess an Associate Degree or higher, to complete all of the general education requirements for an Associate of Science degree prior to admission to the program in Fall 2013. The program prerequisites only fulfill the graduation requirements in areas A, B, C, D, and G for students using the Option A General Education Pattern.

    Recency: applies to Anatomy and Medical Terminology only. Beginning with the application cycle for students targeting Fall 2019 and subsequent admission years, recency will no longer be required for Intermediate Algebra or Physiology

    Notes:

    Accepted students must successfully pass a criminal background check (paid by students) that will require social security numbers.

    All program classes and prerequisites taken in conjunction with this program must be completed with a letter grade of 'C' or better.

    For students interested in pursuing mammography, we offer RADT 102 - Mammography for Radiologic Technology

  • Religious Studies (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001041

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-1710

    ethomson@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Religious Studies Associate of Arts Degree Program prepares students for all and any transfer options in the area of religious studies such as upper division degrees in religious studies, biblical studies, archeology, theological or ministry paths, history, literature, humanities and interdisciplinary studies.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate greater awareness of global religious traditions and their origins;
    2. apply the appropriate lexicon to discuss religions in socio-historical contextual terms;
    3. demonstrate skills in critical analysis of religious claims; and
    4. identify the major world religions and their major branches in order to distinguish among different types of religions.

    Religious Studies Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    RELS 1
    Introduction to Religious Studies
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    HUMAN 8
    Comparative Mythology
    3.0
    RELS 2
    World Religions
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    PHIL 11
    Introduction to Asian Philosophy
    3.0
    RELS 3
    History of God
    3.0
    RELS 7
    Wisdom Religions of Asia
    3.0
    RELS 8
    Buddhism
    3.0
    RELS 15
    Islam
    3.0
    RELS 21
    The Hebrew Bible
    3.0
    RELS 22
    Jesus and the Invention of Christianity
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 3
    Prehistory & Archaeology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ART 2.1
    History & Aesthetic Appreciation of Prehistoric - Gothic Art
    3.0
    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    HIST 4.1
    History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 4.2
    History of Western Civilization from 1648 C.E.
    3.0
    HIST 17.1
    History of the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.1
    History of Women in the United States to 1877
    3.0
    PHIL 6
    Introduction to Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 7
    Contemporary Moral Issues
    3.0
    PHIL 20
    History of Western Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval
    3.0
    PHIL 21
    History of Western Philosophy: Modern
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0
    RELS 6.66
    History of Satan
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001023

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4763

    cprince@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Social and Behavioral Sciences major is intended for the student who wants to explore the social and behavioral sciences as a foundation of lifelong learning, or as an introduction to the related fields of Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Economics, History, Social Science, and/or Political Science. This major is broad and exploratory in nature and does not necessarily fulfill the lower division requirements for transfer in a specific discipline.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Identify major theoretical approaches across a variety of disciplines within the Social and Behavioral Sciences (i.e Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, History, Political Science and Economics);
    2. employ critical thinking and writing skills in the analysis of complex issues; and
    3. develop a global world view that encompasses diverse perspectives.

    Social and Behavioral Sciences Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 18.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    AJ 25
    Community Relations
    3.0
    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 3
    Introduction to Archaeology
    3.0
    ANTHRO 4
    Ancient Peoples and Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    BAD 10
    American Business in Its Global Context
    3.0
    BEHSC 49
    Independent Study in Behavioral Sciences
    3.0
    CHLD 10
    Child Growth and Development
    3.0
    CHLD 68
    Working With Children and Families in a Diverse Society
    3.0
    CHLD 90.1
    Child, Family, Community Interrelationships
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 10
    Introduction to Communication Studies
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    COUN 20
    Sex and Gender
    3.0
    ECON 1
    Principles of Macroeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 2
    Principles of Microeconomics
    3.0
    ECON 12
    Introduction to Economics and the Environment
    3.0
    ECON 30
    International Economics
    3.0
    GEOG 3
    World Regional Geography
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 5
    History of the Modern Middle East
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 17.1
    History of the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 17.2
    United States History from 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.1
    History of Women in the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 20
    History of the US Since 1945
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0
    POLS 2
    Introduction to Comparative Government
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0
    POLS 25
    Introduction to International Relations
    3.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0
    PSYCH 3
    Human Sexuality
    3.0
    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 8
    Introduction to Lifespan Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 9
    Introduction to Behavioral Sciences Statistics
    3.0
    PSYCH 10
    Introduction to Biological Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    PSYCH 57
    Introduction to Sports Psychology
    3.0
    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOC 3
    Self and Society
    3.0
    SOC 5
    Sociological Research Methods
    3.0
    SOC 10
    Close Relationships and Family Life
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Notes:

    Social Science Department website
    Behavioral Science Department website

  • Social Justice Studies (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001073

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 524-1812

    adonegan@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    This Associate in Arts for Transfer in Social Justice Studies is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate programs in Social Justice, Ethnic Studies, Women or Gender Studies, or to programs focused on ethnic groups such as Chicano/Latino Studies, African American Studies, Asian American Studies, or Native American Studies. Social Justice Studies explores the experiences of individuals from different interdisciplinary studies of different groups and the complex relations and phenomena of culture, power, oppression, equity, and equality from the perspective of what is fair and just. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree: (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 60 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Social Justice Studies major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Social Justice Studies major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Utilize the psychology and/or sociology of prejudice and discrimination to analyze examples of discrimination and oppression in historical and cultural frameworks.
    2. Utilize the principles of Women and Gender Studies to identify, explore, and analyze examples of prejudice, discrimination, or oppression of women in historical or cultural frameworks.
    3. Utilize statistics or research methods in psychology or sociology to better analyze issues related to Social Justice Studies.
    4. Analyze issues in political sciences, arts and humanities, and behavioral and social sciences through a social justice perspective.

    Social Justice Studies Required Core - complete 9.0 units

    PSYCH 40
    Introduction to Psychology of Gender
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COUN 20
    Sex and Gender
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    PSYCH 34
    The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination
    3.0
    PSYCH 40
    Introduction to Psychology of Gender
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Social Justice Studies List A (3 courses from 2+ areas, see TMC) - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    List A: Select three courses from 2+ areas

    Area 1: History or Government

    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 18.1
    History of Women in the United States to 1877
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 22
    History of California
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    POLS 1
    Introduction to United States Government
    3.0

    Area 2: Arts and Humanities

    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ANTHRO 43
    Native American Art and Culture
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African-American Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 36
    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,Transgender Arts and Literature
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    PHIL 9
    Political Philosophy
    3.0
    PHIL 10
    Philosophy of Peace and Nonviolent Action
    3.0
    RELS 32
    Religion in America
    3.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0

    Area 3: Social Science

    ANTHRO 21
    American Folklore and Folklife
    3.0
    ANTHRO 32
    Native Cultures of North America
    3.0
    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    CHLD 68
    Working With Children and Families in a Diverse Society
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COUN 7
    Identity and Cultural Diversity
    3.0
    COUN 20
    Sex and Gender
    3.0
    POLS 18
    Political Theory
    3.0

    Area 4: Quantitative Reasoning and Research Met

    Select MATH 15 or PSYCH 9 (not both)

    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0

    OR

    PSYCH 9
    Introduction to Behavioral Sciences Statistics
    3.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0

    Area 5: Major Preparation

    ANTHRO 34
    Native Cultures of California
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COUN 20
    Sex and Gender
    3.0
    ENGL 31
    African-American Literature
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 18.2
    History of Women in the United States Since 1877
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 30
    African American History
    3.0
    HUMAN 6
    Humanities in the United States
    3.0
    MUSC 9
    Jazz Appreciation
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0

    Notes:

    For List A Requirements: Select three courses from at least two areas listed on the TMC Template.

    A course used to satisfy a requirement in one category can not be used to fulfill the requirements in another category.

  • Sociology (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001055

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 522-2645

    mdasgupta@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Sociology degree provides students with an introduction to and overview of the field of Sociology. Students learn the major theories and research methods used by sociologists, as well as develop the ability to analyze critical aspects of contemporary society. This major fulfills the Transfer Model Curriculum for transfer to California State University (CSU) campuses.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Explain and apply the major theories, concepts, and methodologies of sociology;
    2. analyze society and social groups using a sociological perspective; and
    3. evaluate structures and policies of major American social institutions.

    Sociology for Transfer Required Core - complete 3.0 units

    SOC 1
    Introduction to Sociology
    3.0

    Sociology for Transfer Additional Required Core - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    And
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    or
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    And
    SOC 5
    Sociological Research Methods
    3.0
    or
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    And
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0
    or
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    And
    SOC 5
    Sociological Research Methods
    3.0
    or
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    And
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0

    Sociology for Transfer List A - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOC 5
    Sociological Research Methods
    3.0
    SOC 10
    Close Relationships and Family Life
    3.0
    SOC 15
    Introduction to Sociology of Gender
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Sociology for Transfer List B - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AJ 56
    Crime and Criminal Justice in Society
    3.0
    ANTHRO 2
    Cultural Anthropology
    3.0
    GEOG 7
    Introduction to Human Geography
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    MATH 15
    Elementary Statistics
    4.0
    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 1B
    Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
    3.0
    PSYCH 30
    Social Psychology
    3.0
    SOC 2
    Modern Social Problems
    3.0
    SOC 3
    Self and Society
    3.0
    SOC 5
    Sociological Research Methods
    3.0
    SOC 10
    Close Relationships and Family Life
    3.0
    SOC 15
    Introduction to Sociology of Gender
    3.0
    SOC 30
    Race and Ethnic Relations
    3.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    A course used to satisfy a requirement in one category can not be used to fulfill the requirements in another category.

  • Spanish (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 001001

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    18.00 Units

    (707) 522-2687

    ltracy@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    A student completing the Spanish major will have a solid background in reading, writing, speaking and comprehending spanish and will have developed both an understanding and appreciation of Hispanic cultures. The student will be prepared for upperdivision coursework in Spanish at a four-year university or, should he/she pursue other fields of study, will have achieved a level of competence in Spanish that will both enhance job performance and increase marketability in professions where knowledge of Spanish is either necessary or advantageous.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Converse in Spanish with native speakers of Spanish on a full range of topics, including but not limited to, personal and family lives, school or work related topics, current events, historical, political and cultural perspectives with effective use of grammar and comprehensible pronunciation;
    2. demonstrate an understanding of authentic texts in Spanish on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to, newspaper and magazine articles, short stories, letters, poems, essays by identifying and explaining the key points and themes both orally and in writing;
    3. write cogent essays or term papers in grammatically correct Spanish formulating and developing ideas on a full range of topics, including but not limited to, history, culture, literary analysis and current events;
    4. demonstrate cultural awareness and appreciation of the Spanish & Spanish American experience by examining, identifying and analyzing the values, attitudes and traditions that characterize such experience; and
    5. succeed in upper division Spanish coursework at a four-year university and/or function in a professional setting where the use of Spanish is an asset.

    Spanish Major Requirements - complete 8.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 41
    Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish - Part 2
    4.0

    Spanish Major Restricted Electives - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 30
    Anthropology of Globalization
    3.0
    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ENGL 25
    Introduction to Language Study
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 21
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    HUMAN 23
    Culture and Values in Latin America and The Caribbean
    3.0
    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0
    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 40
    Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    SPAN 50A
    Conversation for Beginners-Part 1
    3.0
    SPAN 50B
    Conversation for Beginners-Part 2
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Spanish (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001068

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    19.00 Units

    (707) 522-2687

    ltracy@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    A student completing the Associate in Arts in Spanish for Transfer will have a solid background in reading, writing, speaking, and comprehending Spanish and will have developed both an understanding and appreciation of Hispanic cultures.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. converse in Spanish with native speakers of Spanish on a full range of topics, including but not limited to, personal and family lives, school or work related topics, current events, historical, political and cultural perspectives with effective use of grammar and comprehensible pronunciation;
    2. demonstrate an understanding of authentic texts in Spanish on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to, newspaper and magazine articles, short stories, letters, poems, essays by identifying and explaining the key points and themes both orally and in writing;
    3. write cogent essays or term papers in grammatically correct Spanish formulating and developing ideas on a full range of topics, including but not limited to, history, culture, literary analysis and current events;
    4. demonstrate cultural awareness and appreciation of the Spanish & Spanish American experience by examining, identifying and analyzing the values, attitudes and traditions that characterize such experience; and
    5. succeed in upper division Spanish coursework at a four-year university and/or function in a professional setting where the use of Spanish is an asset.

    Spanish for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 16.0 units

    SPAN 1
    Elementary Spanish-Part 1
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    SPAN 2
    Elementary Spanish-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 40
    Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    SPAN 3
    Intermediate Spanish-Part One
    4.0
    SPAN 41
    Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    4.0
    SPAN 4
    Intermediate Spanish-Part 2
    4.0

    Spanish for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANTHRO 31
    Mesoamerican Origins of Latino Culture
    3.0
    ENGL 33
    Chicano/Chicana Arts and Literature
    3.0
    FREN 1
    Elementary French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 2
    Elementary French-Part 2
    4.0
    FREN 3
    Intermediate French-Part 1
    4.0
    FREN 4
    Intermediate French-Part 2
    4.0
    HIST 8.1
    History of Latin America from Pre-Columbian to 1830
    3.0
    HIST 8.2
    History of Latin America from 1830 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 26
    History of Chicanos and Latinos from 1848 to Present
    3.0
    HIST 33
    History of Mexico
    3.0
    HUMAN 23
    Culture and Values in Latin America and The Caribbean
    3.0
    ITAL 1
    Elementary Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 2
    Elementary Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    ITAL 3
    Intermediate Italian-Part 1
    4.0
    ITAL 4
    Intermediate Italian-Part 2
    4.0
    SPAN 50C
    Intermediate Conversation
    3.0

    Notes:

    Important Note for Students: Please use the TMC Template link above to review options for Substitution Courses: If a student places out of any core course(s) and is not awarded units for that course, the student will need to take additional units to compensate for the course/units required to reach at least 18 total units in the major (Title 5 regulations). Course substitutions are made at the discretion of the local college and may or may not be delineated in the local degree. Suggested substitutions include courses in List A. Additional suggested course substitutions are contained in the finalized Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC). The following courses have been identified as options: Any course from List A OR; ANTHRO 31 Anthropology of Globalization (3 units) or; ENGL 25 Introduction to Language Study (3 units) or; HIST 21 Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture (3 units) or; SPAN 40 Introductory Spanish for Spanish Speakers (4 units) or; SPAN 41 Intermediate Spanish for Spanish Speakers (4 units)

  • Studio Arts (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001062

    Term Effective: Fall 2018

    27.00 Units

    (707) 527-4397

    hfuchigami@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    This Associate in Arts for Transfer in Studio Art is designed for students who are pursuing a degree in Studio Art, including the fields of Painting and Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture, and related disciplines. The Studio Arts Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 26 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Studio Art (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Studio Art.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Synthesize and apply visual principles in creating works of art;
    2. Articulate perception and awareness of fine art and applied design concepts;
    3. Develop a vocabulary to discuss art in aesthetic terms;
    4. Demonstrate skills in visual analysis by identifying specific formal elements in works of art;
    5. Demonstrate appropriate use of art tools, materials and processes;
    6. Achieve greater awareness of global and cultural traditions; and
    7. Create a portfolio of fine art and designs.

    Studio Art for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 15.0 units

    ART 2.2
    History and Appreciation of Late Gothic to Impressionist Art
    3.0
    ART 2.3
    History and Appreciation of Modern Art
    3.0
    ART 3
    Introduction to Art and Design
    3.0
    ART 5
    Three Dimensional Design
    3.0
    ART 7A
    Drawing and Composition 1
    3.0

    Studio Art for Transfer List A - complete 3.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ART 1.1
    World Art History to 1500
    3.0
    ART 1.2
    World Art History Since 1500
    3.0
    ART 2.1
    History and Appreciation of Prehistoric to Gothic Art
    3.0

    Studio Art for Transfer List B - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    ART 4
    Principles of Color
    3.0
    ART 7B
    Drawing and Composition 2
    3.0
    ART 12
    Figure Drawing
    3.0
    ART 13
    Watercolor
    3.0
    ART 14A
    Beginning Painting
    3.0
    ART 14B
    Intermediate Painting
    3.0
    ART 19
    Elementary Photography
    3.0
    ART 21
    Intermediate Black and White Photography
    3.0
    ART 24
    Introduction to the Art of Printmaking
    3.0
    ART 27A
    Beginning Screen Printing
    3.0
    ART 27B
    Intermediate Screen Printing
    3.0
    ART 28A
    Beginning Etching
    3.0
    ART 28B
    Intermediate Etching
    3.0
    ART 31A
    Beginning Ceramics
    3.0
    ART 31B
    Intermediate Ceramics
    3.0
    ART 33A
    Beginning Sculpture
    3.0
    ART 33B
    Intermediate Sculpture
    3.0
    ART 34A
    Ceramic Sculpture
    3.0
  • Surveying Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002017

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    30.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    rparks@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Surveying Technology program prepares students for a variety of technical positions in the surveying and mapping professions. The program recommended course sequence is set up to allow the student to progress through four semesters and achieve a Certificate of Achievement or an Associate’s Degree. This program also prepares students to transfer to university to further their studies in surveying or geomatics.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Define and describe land surveying terminology, methods, procedures, standards and technology;
    2. perform basic mathematical, computer and statistical computations related to location, elevation, grade, distance, direction, area, and volume;
    3. communicate clearly and effectively in oral, written and graphic formats;
    4. prepare basic land surveying maps, plats, documents and drawings using computer-aided drafting and geographic information systems technology;
    5. operate terrestrial and global positioning surveying instruments for various types of surveys;and
    6. research, file, retrieve, analyze, locate and prepare basic descriptions of land, drawings, maps, plats, documents, records, reports and correspondence related to land surveying.

    Surveying Technology Core Requirements - complete 29.0 units

    GIS 40
    Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
    4.0
    APTECH 191
    Problem Solving in Civil Engineering Technology
    3.0
    CEST 51
    Civil Drafting Technology
    3.0
    CEST 192
    Non-Technical Skills for the Civil Engineering Technician
    3.0
    SURV 53
    Route Surveying & Design
    4.0
    SURV 56
    Introduction to GPS Land Surveying
    4.0
    SURV 58
    Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Determination
    4.0
    SURV 60
    Introduction to Plane Surveying
    4.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    This program was formerly named "Civil &Surveying Technology: Surveying"

  • Sustainable Agriculture (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002031

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    26.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Sustainable Agriculture major is designed to train farmers and gardeners in the techniques of sustainable food production. It provides a foundation in plant and soil science, integrated pest management, and ecological agriculture, and emphasizes the "how to" aspects of organic gardening and farming, including tillage, compost production, and crop planning and production.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Plan and manage diverse crop farming enterprises based on ecological management practices.
    2. Apply scientific literacy to the management of agricultural systems.
    3. Identify and pursue appropriate market channels for vegetable and fruit crops.
    4. Utilize appropriate tools and techniques for the propagation, maintenance, and harvest of organically grown crops.

    Sustainable Agriculture Requirements - complete 25.0 units

    AGMEC 50
    Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Skills
    3.0
    AGRI 20
    Introduction to Plant Science
    3.0
    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0
    AGRI 70
    Integrated Pest Management
    3.0
    SUSAG 50
    Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture
    3.0
    SUSAG 160
    Direct Farm Marketing
    2.0
    SUSAG 109
    Organic Crop Planning and Production
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 56
    Agricultural Enterprise Project
    4.0
    AGRI 98
    Independent Study in Agriculture
    3.0
    ANSCI 153
    Sustainable Agriculture Production Systems with Animals
    3.0
    SUSAG 64
    Warm Season Vegetable Production
    2.0
    SUSAG 65
    Cool Season Vegetable Production
    2.0
    SUSAG 103
    Composting for Commercial Organic Farming and Gardening
    1.0
    SUSAG 116
    Organic Apple Production
    1.0
    SUSAG 117
    Organic Fruit Tree & Berry Production
    1.5
    SUSAG 118
    Olive Oil Production, Processing & Sensory Evaluation
    1.0
    SUSAG 119
    Specialty Crop Production
    2.0
    SUSAG 120
    Organic Gardening and Food Production
    2.0
    SUSAG 153
    Community Supported Agriculture
    3.0
    SUSAG 163
    Community Supported Agriculture Summer
    2.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    The degree will be awarded upon completion of all major requirements with a grade of "C" or better.

  • Theatre Arts (AA)

    Program of Study Code: 002057

    Term Effective: Fall 2016

    19.00 Units

    (707) 527-4248

    lmccauley@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Theatre Arts Major is designed for students who are pursuing transfer majors in the Theatre Arts. It provides a basic foundation in theatre history and literature, "hands on experience" in several theatre arts disciplines including Acting, Stagecraft and Costuming, and cultural and historical background necessary to understanding the Theatre Arts. The major may be of interest to those seeking a foundation in related disciplines, such as television, film, and other media. The major may also be of interest to those seeking a foundation for lifelong learning as well.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Develop self-awareness and confidence through creative expression;
    2. collaborate and effectively communicate in a theatre setting;
    3. demonstrate an understanding of time management, commitment, follow-through, and responsibility to achieve a common goal in a theatre setting;
    4. creatively analyze, critique, and interpret works of theatrical art;
    5. identify, summarize, compare and contrast the principal movements in World theatre history and literature;
    6. serve in a production position to gain understanding of the collaborative and complex nature of a live performance;
    7. demonstrate an understanding of and empathy for the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of U.S. and World theatre; and
    8. utilize current theatrical technology.

    Theatre Arts Major Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    THAR 1
    World Theatre Through Time
    3.0
    THAR 6
    Multicultural Perspectives in American Theatre
    3.0
    THAR 10A
    Introduction to Acting
    3.0
    THAR 20
    Introduction to Stagecraft
    3.0
    THAR 25.2
    Production Lab: Running Crew
    3.0
    THAR 21A
    Introduction to Costume Tech
    3.0
    THAR 25.1
    Production Lab: Costume Crew
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Notes:

    1. All students enrolled in the major program will be assigned a faculty advisor who will meet with them regularly to monitor progress.

    2. The type of position and number of productions a student will work on during a semester determines the number of units to be taken for THAR 25.1 and THAR 25.2

  • Theatre Arts (AA-T)

    Program of Study Code: 001067

    Term Effective: Fall 2017

    18.00 Units

    (707) 527-4248

    lmccauley@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Associate in Arts for Transfer in Theatre Arts is designed for students who are pursuing a baccalaureate degree. It provides a basic foundation in theatre history and literature, hands-on experience in several theatre arts disciplines including Acting, Stagecraft and Costuming, and cultural and historical background necessary to understanding the Theatre Arts. The Theatre Arts Associate in Arts for Transfer degree is designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California Community College students who are awarded an ADT are guaranteed admission with junior standing somewhere in the CSU system. This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses. Current and prospective community college students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs. Students will have to fulfill the following requirements to earn this degree. (1) Complete 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University, including both of the following: (A) The Inter-segmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth requirements; and (B) A minimum of 18 semester units as required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Theatre Arts major. (2) Obtain an overall minimum grade point average of 2.0 (3) Earn a grade of C or better in all courses required for the Associate in Arts for Transfer in Theatre Arts major.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. demonstrate self-awareness and confidence through creative expression;
    2. collaborate and effectively communicate in a theatre setting;
    3. demonstrate an understanding of time management, commitment, follow-through, and responsibility to achieve a common goal in a theatre setting;
    4. creatively analyze, critique, and interpret works of theatrical art;
    5. identify, summarize, compare and contrast the principal movements in world theatre history and literature;
    6. demonstrate an understanding of the collaborative and complex nature of a live performance through serving in a production position;
    7. demonstrate an understanding and awareness of the racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity of U.S. and world theatre; and
    8. utilize current theatrical technology.

    Theatre Arts for Transfer Core Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    THAR 1
    World Theatre Through Time
    3.0
    THAR 10A
    Introduction to Acting
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    THAR 25
    Production Lab: General
    3.0
    THAR 25.1
    Production Lab: Costume Crew
    3.0
    THAR 25.2
    Production Lab: Running Crew
    3.0
    THAR 25.3
    Production Lab: House Staff
    3.0
    THAR 25.4
    Production Lab: Makeup Crew
    3.0
    THAR 25.5
    Production Lab: Construction
    3.0

    Theatre Arts for Transfer List A Requirements - complete 9.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 9.0 units from the following:

    THAR 10B
    Scene Study and Characterization
    3.0
    THAR 24
    Introduction to the Design Process
    3.0
    THAR 26
    Introduction to Theatrical Lighting
    3.0
    THAR 21A
    Introduction to Costume Tech
    3.0
    THAR 28
    Introduction to Costume Design
    3.0
    THAR 22
    Theatrical Makeup Design for Stage and Screen
    2.0
    And
    THAR 25.4
    Production Lab: Makeup Crew
    3.0
    or
    ENGL 11
    Introduction to Dramatic Literature
    3.0
    or
    THAR 20
    Introduction to Stagecraft
    3.0
    or
    THAR 11.1
    Performance: Non-Musical
    3.0
    or
    THAR 11.2
    Performance: Musical
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25
    Production Lab: General
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25.1
    Production Lab: Costume Crew
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25.2
    Production Lab: Running Crew
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25.3
    Production Lab: House Staff
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25.4
    Production Lab: Makeup Crew
    3.0
    or
    THAR 25.5
    Production Lab: Construction
    3.0
    or
    THAR 81A
    Opera and Related Forms in Performance 1
    5.0

    Notes:

    Select either THAR 21A or THAR 28 for List A requirements. Refer to Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) for more information.

  • Viticulture (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002026

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    25.00 Units

    (707 527-4987

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Viticulture major focuses on the growing of grapes for winemaking, including seasonal practices in the vineyard and vineyard management. The program also includes enology and winery operations components.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Conduct in-depth feasibility studies for new vineyard development, and from the results, prepare comprehensive reports and cost projections appropriate to their planting recommendations;
    2. identify and implement sustainable farming practices that will improve fruit quality, provide efficacious pest and disease management, protect natural resources and the environment, and prepare a farming plan that encompasses these practices;
    3. research and apply all county, state and federal laws regarding vineyard development and maintenance, worker safety, pesticide use, and environmental protection;
    4. demonstrate a working knowledge of the latest technological advances in vineyard management and incorporate current technology into their farming plans and budgets;
    5. work cooperatively and effectively with wineries to determine optimum harvest parameters, coordinate the operations required, and negotiate a grape contract;
    6. show management and leadership capabilities by effectively training others to perform hands-on vineyard tasks: and
    7. contribute to the winegrape industry and participate in professional organizations at the local, state-wide, national and international levels.

    Viticulture Requirements - complete 24.0 units

    AGRI 60
    Soil & Plant Nutrition
    3.0
    VIT 51
    Viticulture: Fall Practices
    3.0
    VIT 52
    Viticulture: Spring Practices
    3.0
    VIT 55
    Basic Wine Grape Viticulture
    3.0
    VIT 60
    Vineyard Management
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 70
    Integrated Pest Management
    3.0
    VIT 70
    Vineyard Pest and Disease Management
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    AGBUS 7
    Agricultural Economics
    3.0
    AGBUS 56
    Introduction to Agriculture Business and Management
    3.0
    AGBUS 61
    Agricultural Marketing
    3.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    AGMEC 50
    Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Skills
    3.0
    NRM 87
    Geographic Info. Systems Applications in Natural Resources
    3.0
    SPAN 50A
    Conversation for Beginners-Part 1
    3.0
    VIT 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0
    VIT 53
    Advanced Vineyard Practices for Quality Production
    3.0
    VIT 54
    Viticulture: Summer Practices
    1.0
    VIT 113
    Organic Viticulture
    1.5
    VIT 114
    Sustainable Viticulture
    1.5
    VIT 120
    Vineyard Pruning
    0.5
    VIT 121
    Pruning Techniques for Vine Balance
    0.5
    VIT 122
    Vineyard Canopy Management
    1.0
    VIT 123
    Spring Budding & Grafting
    0.5
    VIT 124
    Vineyard Irrigation and Fertilization
    1.0
    VIT 130
    Grapevine Physiology
    1.0
    VIT 131
    Working with Your Winemaker - Fruit Quality Assurance
    1.0
    VIT 133
    Advances in Viticulture
    1.0
    WINE 70
    Beginning Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Vocational Nursing (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002033

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    69.00 Units

    (707) 527-4290

    smeehl@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The program provides training in vocational nursing. A minimum of 1,530 hours of instruction and clinical experience are required by the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT). Clinical sites are arranged at local health care facilities and community agencies for a wide range of clinical hands on experiences. The SRJC vocational nursing program is accredited by the California BVNPT. No wages or stipends are paid to students during their training period. Upon successful program completion, eligible graduates will be allowed to sit for NCLEX-PN (National Counsel of Licensed Examiners for Practical/Vocational Nurses) examination required by the BVNPT.Successful passing of the NCLEXPN exam is required to receive the Vocational Nursing license from the California Department of Consumer Affairs.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Satisfy the requirements for application to the take the NCLEX-PN Licensure Exam;
    2. transition from student to vocational nurse in a variety of health-care settings;
    3. practice competently and safely in a variety of health care settings appropriate to entry level vocational nurse;
    4. communicate effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team;
    5. maintain high professional and ethical standards of vocational nursing practice;
    6. utilize concepts of human growth and development and psycho/socio/cultural needs of clients as they apply to self-care models; and, promote family centered care that is culturally sensitive;
    7. assume responsibility for ongoing educational and professional development;
    8. provide leadership and effective supervision of unlicensed assistive personnel within the vocational nursing scope of practice;
    9. adapt rapidly to new technologies and changing conditions of health care; and
    10. grow in the ability to think critically and incorporate new knowledge and skills into the theoretical knowledge base acquired in the VN program.

    Program Selection Process:

    Applicants who have completed all program pre-requisites by the deadline of the application year will be assigned a cut score designed by the California State Chancellors’ office. Qualified applicants will be entered into the random selection process required by the California State Chancellor’s office. For more information about the cut score and selection process please contact a Health Science counselor or see the Health Science VN website.

    Vocational Nursing Prerequisite Requirements - complete 18.0 units

    PSYCH 4
    Child and Adolescent Psychology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    ANAT 1
    General Human Anatomy
    5.0
    ANAT 58
    Introduction to Human Anatomy
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    COMM 1
    Introduction to Public Speaking
    3.0
    COMM 5
    Group Discussion and Problem Solving
    3.0
    COMM 6
    Interpersonal Communication
    3.0
    COMM 7
    Intercultural Communication
    3.0
    COMM 60
    Communication Skills
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    FDNT 10
    Elementary Nutrition
    3.0
    FDNT 62
    Nutrition and Diet Therapy
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PHYSIO 1
    Human Physiology
    5.0
    PHYSIO 58
    Introduction to Human Physiology
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    PSYCH 1A
    General Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 5
    Abnormal Psychology
    3.0
    PSYCH 7
    Theories of Personality
    3.0
    PSYCH 56
    Aging, Dying and Death
    3.0

    Vocational Nursing Requirements - complete 50.0 units

    NRV 51
    Fundamentals and Basics of Vocational Nursing
    8.0
    NRV 51L
    Fundamentals & Basic Vocational Nursing Clinical Experience
    6.0
    NRV 52.1
    Intermediate Vocational Nursing
    8.0
    NRV 52.1L
    Intermediate Clinical for Vocational Nursing
    4.0
    NRV 52.2
    Maternal-Child Health Vocational Nursing
    2.0
    NRV 52.2L
    Maternal-Child Health Vocational Nursing Clinical
    2.0
    NRV 53
    Advanced Vocational Nursing Theory
    8.0
    NRV 53L
    Advanced Vocational Nursing Clinical
    6.5
    NRV 58A
    Fundamental Skills Lab for Vocational Nursing
    1.0
    NRV 58B
    Intermediate Vocational Nursing Skills Lab
    1.0
    NRV 58C
    Advanced Skills Lab for Vocational Nursing
    0.5
    NR 203
    Fundamental Pharmacology for Nursing
    2.0
    PHARM256.1
    Advanced Pharmacology
    1.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0

    Program Requirements Notes:

    • Program requirements are put in place by external accreditation and regulatory agencies (BVNPT) and are not subject to catalog rights.
    • Eligibility for ENGL 1A
    • Eligibility for MATH 150A
    • A clear background check is required by clinical agencies. Accepted students must successfully pass a criminal background check (paid by students) this will require social security numbers.
    • Complete all health requirements noted on VN program webpage (paid by students).
    • Strongly recommended to meet with a Health Science counselor for guidance with VN certificate or VN Major. Call (707) 527-4451 for Santa Rosa campus or (707) 778-3914 for Petaluma campus to make an appointment.
    • Proof of high school graduation or equivalency (HS Diploma, transcript showing Associate Degree or higher degree, GED certificate, document of equivalency of foreign education to US High school graduation or higher.
    • Official transcripts showing proof of all pre-requisite course completion, this includes official SRJC transcripts.
    • Meet the current Chancellor’s cut score for cohort (includes grade in Anatomy/Physiology, GPA)
      • Cut score determined by State Chancellor's calculation pattern.
      • Important: Chancellor’s cut score based on highest grade, in A&P. Basic requirement Anatomy 58 and Physio 58. Students should NOT repeat sciences unless critical, points lost in Chancellor’s cut score.
      • All classes and pre-requisites must be completed with a C or better.
      • All qualified candidates assigned a random number per Chancellor’s guidelines.
      • First 32 qualified applicants will be selected at random from applicant pool.
      • Other qualified applicants not selected assigned rank number as alternate.
      • Once class starts, alternate status is closed and applicants must reapply for a future class.

      Notes:

      All pre-requisites must be completed with a C or better. All program classes must be completed with a C (75%) or better.

  • Wastewater Treatment Operations (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002060

    Term Effective: Fall 2019

    25.00 Units

    (707) 527-4603

    cmurray@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Wastewater Treatment Operations Program provides instructional training necessary for entry level positions in the operation of wastewater treatment facilities and wastewater collection systems as well as assistance in developing the knowledge to pass the required examinations administered by the California Department of Health Services. The certificate program requires a total of 21 units consisting of 18 units of core requirements plus 3 units of elective courses. Students may continue on to major in this area by completing additional course work and meeting other college requirements to earn an Associates’ degree.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Read and interpret meters and gauges that monitor the purification process and operation;
    2. apply data to formulas that determine treatment requirements, flow levels, and concentration levels;
    3. collect water samples, operate chemical-feeding devices, and perform laboratory tests;
    4. use information to control pumps, valves, and generators that move wastewater through treatment processes and dispose of the waste materials;
    5. use computers to monitor and regulate processes and equipment and to generate reports; and
    6. apply to take the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Examination, Grade II.

    Wastewater Treatment Operations - complete 18.0 units

    WWTR 112
    Math for Water and Wastewater Technology
    3.0
    WWTR 120
    Wastewater Treatment 1
    3.0
    WWTR 121
    Wastewater Treatment 2
    3.0
    WWTR 122
    Chemistry for Water and Wastewater Technology
    3.0
    WWTR 123
    Instrumentation and Controls
    3.0
    WWTR 124
    Pumps and Motors
    3.0

    Wastewater Treatment Operations Electives - complete 6.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 6.0 units from the following:

    BGN 71
    Business English Grammar
    3.0
    CHEM 42
    Introductory General Chemistry
    4.0
    CHEM 60
    General, Organic and Biological Chemistry
    5.0
    CS 65.11
    Microsoft Office
    3.0
    ENGL 1A
    College Composition
    4.0
    ENVS 12
    Introduction to Environmental Science
    3.0
    MATH 101
    Mathematics for the Associate Degree
    3.0
    MATH 155
    Intermediate Algebra
    4.0
    WTR 110
    Water Treatment Plant Operator
    3.0
    WTR 111
    Water Distribution System Operator
    3.0
    WWTR 125
    Industrial Waste Pretreatment Facility Inspection
    3.0

    Information Learning Resources Requirement - complete 1.0 unit

    LIR 10
    Introduction to Information Literacy
    1.0
  • Welding Technology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002080

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    24.00 Units

    (707) 522-2601

    jkosten@santarosa.edu

    Welding Technology Major Requirements - complete 24.0 units

    MACH 51A
    Beginning Machine Tool Technology
    2.0
    MACH 161
    Metallurgy
    3.0
    MACH 162
    Blueprint Reading for Machine and Related Industries
    3.0
    WELD 101
    Introduction to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
    2.0
    WELD 102
    Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
    2.0
    WELD 103
    Introduction to Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
    2.0
    WELD 104
    Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
    2.0
    WELD 113
    Thermal Cutting Processes
    2.0
    WELD 114A
    Introduction to Metal Fabrication
    2.0
    WELD 114B
    Advanced Metal Fabrication
    2.0
    WELD 170
    Beginning Welding: Fundamentals of Arc and Gas Welding
    2.0
  • Wine Studies: Enology (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002037

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    29.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Wine Studies major, with three areas of emphasis (Wine Hospitality and Direct Marketing, Wine Marketing, and Enology) is designed to prepare students for a variety of positions in the wine industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of winemaking and wine cellar practices including product evaluation; and
    2. Demonstrate knowledge of general chemistry principles, wine microbiology fundamentals, and wine laboratory techniques; and
    3. Demonstrate practices of wine analysis methods during cellaring operations.

    Wine Studies Core Requirements - complete 17.0 units

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    WINE 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0
    WINE 3
    Introduction to Enology
    4.0
    WINE 42.2
    Spring Winery Operations
    2.0
    WINE 70
    Beginning Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5
    WINE 110
    Advanced Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 2.0 units from the following:

    AGRI 99
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience
    8.0
    WINE 42.1
    Fall Winery Operations
    2.0

    Wine Studies: Enology Emphasis Requirements - complete 12.0 units

    Complete any combination totaling at least 12.0 units from the following:

    CHEM 3A
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lecture
    3.0
    CHEM 3AL
    General Chemistry Part 1: Lab
    2.0
    CHEM 8
    Introductory Organic Chemistry
    5.0
    CHEM 42
    Introductory General Chemistry
    4.0
    WINE 55
    Lab Analysis of Wines
    3.0
  • Wine Studies: Wine Cellar Worker (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002078

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    20.00 Units

    (707) 527-4363

    ksea@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Wine Studies program has four majors: Wine Hospitality and Direct Marketing, Wine Marketing, Enology, and Wine Cellar Worker, to prepare students for a variety of positions in the wine industry.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Execute all tasks required of an entry-level wine cellar worker.
    2. Describe the reason for winemaking procedures that are executed by a cellar worker.

    Wine Studies: Wine Cellar Worker Requirements - complete 20.0 units

    CS 61.11A
    Microsoft Excel, Part 1
    1.5
    VIT 55
    Basic Wine Grape Viticulture
    3.0
    WINE 3
    Introduction to Enology
    4.0
    WINE 42.1
    Fall Winery Operations
    2.0
    WINE 42.2
    Spring Winery Operations
    2.0
    WINE 70
    Beginning Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5
    WINE 110
    Advanced Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 3.0 units from the following:

    VIT 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0
    WINE 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    WINE 111.1
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-North County
    1.5
    WINE 111.2
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-South County
    1.5
  • Wine Studies: Wine Hospitality and Direct Marketing (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002035

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    24.00 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    info-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Wine Studies: Wine Hospitality and Direct Marketing major prepares students with skills such as serving wine according to professional standards, planning and effectively publicizing wine industry events, selling wine direct to consumers, and effectively using social media. In addition, the wine core classes give students a thorough understanding of winemaking procedures, principles of wine tasting and analysis, computer programs used in wineries, and knowledge of wines produced locally, regionally, and internationally.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate knowledge of skills such as serving wine according to professional standards including an understanding of wine evaluation; and
    2. Demonstrate the skills required for planning an effective publicity program for a wine industry event; and
    3. Discuss wine regions and characteristics of grape varieties suited to specific regions; and
    4. Demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of the wine industry including basic enology and business concepts.

    Wine Studies: Wine Hospitality and Direct Marketing - complete 24.0 units

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    WINE 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0
    WINE 70
    Beginning Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5
    WINE 103
    Wine Direct to Consumer Sales
    1.5
    WINE 110
    Advanced Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5
    WINE 128
    Developing and Maintaining Wine Social Media Campaigns
    1.5
    WINE 130
    Wine Service and Hospitality
    1.5
    WINE 131
    Wine Industry Event Planning
    1.5
    WINE 132.1
    Tasting Room Operations
    2.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    WINE 42.1
    Fall Winery Operations
    2.0
    And
    WINE 42.2
    Spring Winery Operations
    2.0
    or
    WINE 3
    Introduction to Enology
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    WINE 111.1
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-North County
    1.5
    WINE 111.2
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-South County
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    AGRI 56
    Agricultural Enterprise Project
    4.0
    AGRI 98
    Independent Study in Agriculture
    3.0
    AGRI 99
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience
    8.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    CUL 256.5
    Wine Appreciation
    1.5
    CUL 256.11
    Wine and Food Pairing
    1.5
    WINE 101
    Wine Sales
    1.5
    WINE 102
    Wine Marketing
    1.5
    WINE 105
    Wine Public Relations
    1.5
    WINE 109
    Wine Club Creation, Maintenance and Promotion
    1.5
    WINE 112
    Wine Regions of California
    1.5
    WINE 116
    Wines of Italy
    1.5
    WINE 117
    Wines of France
    1.5
    WINE 118
    Zinfandel-Grape to Glass
    1.5
    WINE 119
    An Examination of Pinot Noir
    1.5
    WINE 121
    Wines of Spain
    1.5
    WINE 123
    Causation and Detection of Wine Faults
    1.5
    WINE 124
    Cabernet Sauvignon Around the World
    1.5
    WINE 132.2
    Tasting Room Management
    2.0
  • Wine Studies: Wine Marketing (AS)

    Program of Study Code: 002036

    Term Effective: Fall 2020

    26.50 Units

    (707) 527-4408

    ingo-agnr@santarosa.edu

    Program Requirements:

    The Wine Studies: Wine Marketing major prepares students with skills such as basic knowledge of retail wine sales, construction a wine marketing plan, applying management and business and wine marketing, describing wine distribution methods and wine markets, and calculating pricing in markets.

    Program Student Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate knowledge of skills such as constructing a wine marketing plan, applying management and business principles to wine marketing; and
    2. describe wine distribution methods and wine markets, calculation of pricing in markets, and basic knowledge of global retail wine sales.
    3. demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of the wine industry including product evaluation and basic enology concepts.

    Wine Studies: Wine Marketing Requirements - complete 26.5 units

    AGBUS 2
    Agricultural Computer Applications
    3.0
    BMK 50
    Marketing
    3.0
    WINE 1
    Introduction to Viticulture, Winemaking, Wines of the World
    3.0
    WINE 70
    Beginning Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5
    WINE 101
    Wine Sales
    1.5
    WINE 102
    Wine Marketing
    1.5
    WINE 103
    Wine Direct to Consumer Sales
    1.5
    WINE 110
    Advanced Wine Sensory Analysis
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.0 units from the following:

    WINE 42.1
    Fall Winery Operations
    2.0
    And
    WINE 42.2
    Spring Winery Operations
    2.0
    or
    WINE 3
    Introduction to Enology
    4.0

    Complete any combination totaling at least 1.5 units from the following:

    WINE 111.1
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-North County
    1.5
    WINE 111.2
    Sonoma American Viticulture Areas-South County
    1.5

    Complete any combination totaling at least 4.5 units from the following:

    AGRI 56
    Agricultural Enterprise Project
    4.0
    AGRI 99
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience
    8.0
    AGRI 99I
    Agriculture Occupational Work Experience Internship
    8.0
    CUL 256.5
    Wine Appreciation
    1.5
    WINE 105
    Wine Public Relations
    1.5
    WINE 109
    Wine Club Creation, Maintenance and Promotion
    1.5
    WINE 112
    Wine Regions of California
    1.5
    WINE 116
    Wines of Italy
    1.5
    WINE 117
    Wines of France
    1.5
    WINE 118
    Zinfandel-Grape to Glass
    1.5
    WINE 119
    An Examination of Pinot Noir
    1.5
    WINE 121
    Wines of Spain
    1.5
    WINE 123
    Causation and Detection of Wine Faults
    1.5
    WINE 124
    Cabernet Sauvignon Around the World
    1.5
    WINE 127.1
    Wine Compliance - Licensing
    1.5
    WINE 127.2
    Winery Compliance - Required Recordkeeping and Reporting
    1.5
    WINE 128
    Developing and Maintaining Wine Social Media Campaigns
    1.5
    WINE 130
    Wine Service and Hospitality
    1.5
    WINE 131
    Wine Industry Event Planning
    1.5