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               Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT)                                          Associate Degrees
               California community colleges now offer associate degrees for transfer        Ohlone offers associate degrees that are designed for students intending to
               to the CSU. These degrees include associate in arts for transfer              transfer; with a general focus for students whose immediate educational
               or associate in science for transfer degrees (ADT). These                     goal may be to complete an associate degree or to transfer; and with an
               degrees are designed to provide a clear pathway to a                          occupational focus for students interested in preparing for employment in
               CSU major and baccalaureate degree. California                                certain fields, although these degrees may also be used by students intending
               Community College students who are awarded an                                 to transfer. These associate degrees combine the focus of an emphasis or
               ADT degree are guaranteed admission with junior                               major within a discipline and the breadth of general education. Associate
               standing somewhere in the CSU system and given                                degrees require a minimum of 60 semester units.
               priority admission consideration to their local CSU
               campus or to a program that is deemed similar to                              Associate degrees are approved by Ohlone’s Curriculum Committee, the
               their community college major. This priority does not                         Ohlone Community College District Board of Trustees, and the California
               guarantee admission to specific majors or campuses.                              Community Colleges’ Chancellor’s Office. Accordingly, associate degrees
               Students may not use Ohlone College General                                          may appear on a student’s transcript.
               Education (Plan A) for an associate degree
               for transfer. Associate degrees for transfer
               are approved by Ohlone’s Curriculum
               Committee, the Ohlone Community
                                                                                                         Certificates of Achievement
               College District Board of Trustees, and
               the California Community Colleges’                                                            Certificates of achievement do not include the breadth of general
               Chancellor’s Office.                                                                           education but allow students to focus primarily on their
                                                                                                               program. Most certificates of achievement are occupational
                                                                                                                 in nature, and many are pathways leading to completion
                                                                                                                  of the associate degree. Certificates of achievement can
                                                                                                                   consist of 16 or more semester units. Certificates of
                                                                                                                   achievement are approved by Ohlone’s Curriculum
                                                                                                                   Committee, the Ohlone Community College District Board
                                                                                                                  of Trustees, and the California Community Colleges’
                                                                                                                Chancellor’s Office. Accordingly, certificates of achievement
                                                                                                              may appear on a student’s transcript.

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                                                                                       Public concern with rising crime rates and the increasing role of law
                            ACCOUNTING                                                 enforcement in public service work has contributed to the growth of criminal
                                                                                       justice agencies throughout the nation. There is a broad range of employment
                Certificate of Achievement in Accounting                               opportunities for men and women in all components of the Criminal Justice
                                                                                       system. The Associate in Science in Administration of Justice for Transfer
The goal and objective of this program is to prepare students for entry-level
                                                                                       offers an education to students in the varied aspects of law enforcement,
accounting positions in business, industry, or government. There is a large
                                                                                       court procedures, and corrections. A foundation of knowledge is provided
and growing need for this skill-set in the community. Graduates often start
                                                                                       for those interested in becoming competitive candidates for these rewarding
as a beginning level accountant in a small business or enter a specialty field
                                                                                       and challenging positions.
in industry. Such opportunities include working in payroll, accounts
receivable/payable, and general ledger. The qualified individual often advances
rapidly to a professional accounting position, particularly in small business.          REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
                                                                                       a) Complete Required Core, List A, and List B courses with a grade of
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                       C or better.
a) Complete Major Field courses.                                                       b) Complete CSU GE (Plan B) or IGETC for CSU (Plan C) General Education
                                                                                          requirements. These requirements are specified in the Ohlone College
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.
                                                                                          catalog.
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
                                                                                       c) Complete 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
                    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                          d) Complete all CSU-transferable coursework with a minimum grade point
1. Apply knowledge of the activities of business and government and of the                average (GPA) of at least 2.0. While a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for
   environments in which they operate.                                                    admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult with a
2. Demonstrate knowledge of financial accounting, including content,                      counselor for more information.
   concepts, and structure of the various statements, both for internal and            e) Complete 18 units in the Administration of Justice major.
   external use.                                                                       f) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
3. Understand the process of identifying, gathering, measuring, summarizing,                                STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
   and analyzing financial data in business organizations, including the use
   of computer based information.                                                      1. Examine the role of police within the United States.
                                                                                       2. Apply appropriate investigative and forensic techniques to analyze crime
                               MAJOR FIELD                                                scenes; collect and preserve evidence for laboratory analysis; and maintain
                                                                                          and preserve chain of evidence to prepare for testimony and to provide
BA-101A             Financial Accounting                                      5           prosecution with evidence to convict.
BA-101B             Managerial Accounting                                     5        3. Examine the workings of the criminal justice system by applying key
BA-102A             Principles of Economics-Macroeconomics                    3           definitions, concepts, and principles to law enforcement, courts, and
BA-102B             Principles of Economics-Microeconomics                    3           correctional settings.
BA-125              Introduction to Business                                  3
                                                        Total Required Units: 19                                    REQUIRED CORE
                                                                                       AJ-101             Administration of Justice                                  3
                                                                                       AJ-102             Criminal Law                                               3
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                                                                                                                         LIST A
  ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE FOR TRANSFER                                               Complete two courses from the following courses. Courses cannot be counted
 Associate in Science in Administration of Justice for Transfer (ADT)                  more than once to apply towards requirements.
                                                                                       AJ-104             Criminal Evidence                                          3
The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, codified in
California Education Code sections 66746-66749) guarantees admission to                AJ-107             Criminal Investigation                                     3
a California State University (CSU) campus for any community college student           AJ-117             Police and Society                                         3
who completes an “associate degree for transfer,” a newly established                  AJ-131             Administration of Juvenile Justice                         3
variation of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California                                                                                             6
community college. The Associate in Science in Administration of Justice for
Transfer is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree                                               LIST B
in a similar major at a CSU campus. Students completing this degree are                Complete two courses from the following courses. Courses cannot be counted
guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus or              more than once to apply towards requirements.
major. In order to earn one of these degrees, students must complete 60
                                                                                       AJ-104             Criminal Evidence                                          3
required semester units of CSU-transferable coursework with a minimum
GPA of 2.0. Students should consult with a counselor when planning to                  AJ-107             Criminal Investigation                                     3
complete the degree for more information on university admission and                   AJ-117             Police and Society                                         3
transfer requirements.                                                                 AJ-131             Administration of Juvenile Justice                         3
                                                                                       PSY-101            General Psychology                                         3
Students who complete Administration of Justice courses will utilize the
Community Policing philosophy of partnerships to interact with and influence           SOC-101            Introduction to Sociology                                  3
the diverse community that the Criminal Justice system serves. Students                                                                                              6
completing the Associate in Science in Administration of Justice for Transfer
will acquire the practical knowledge and skills to successfully pass the                                                                       Total Required Units: 18
Criminal Justice Law Enforcement vocational entrance exams and academy
programs and will be prepared to transfer to the California State University
(CSU) system as a Criminal Justice major or a similar major.
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            ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WITH                                                            ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT WITH
                 SUPERVISORY FOCUS                                                                        SUPERVISORY FOCUS
         Certificate of Achievement in Administrative Assistant                           Associate in Arts in Administrative Assistant with Supervisory Focus
                         with Supervisory Focus                                          This program prepares students to pursue entry-level careers in today’s fast-
This program prepares students to pursue entry-level careers in today’s fast-            paced business environment. The program includes in-depth instruction in
paced business environment. The program includes in-depth instruction in                 computer applications, effective business communication skills, financial
computer applications, effective business communication skills, financial                record keeping, and essential workplace “soft skills” (customer service, project
record keeping, and essential workplace “soft skills” (customer service, project         development, time management). Students with this degree will be suited
development, time management). Students with this certificate will be suited             for careers in small business, doctor’s offices, schools, law offices, corporations,
for careers in small business, doctor’s offices, schools, law offices, corporations,     and more.
and more. This certificate allows students to move seamlessly into the Associate
in Arts in Administrative Assistant with a Supervisory Focus.                                       REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
                                                                                         a) Complete Major Field courses with a grade of C or better.
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                      b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A) requirements or CSU
a) Complete Major Field courses.                                                            GE (Plan B). These requirements are specified in the Ohlone College catalog.
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.                                        c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.                            d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
                    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                                STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Work competently with office management systems and Enterprise                        1. Work competently with office management systems and Enterprise Resource
   Resource Systems (ERS).                                                                  Systems (ERS).
2. Apply intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite                    2. Apply intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
   applications: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, as well as applications               applications: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint, as well as applications
   based in the cloud.                                                                      based in the cloud.
3. Illustrate knowledge of the fundamentals of business analytics.                       3. Illustrate knowledge of the fundamentals of business analytics.

                                 MAJOR FIELD                                                                               MAJOR FIELD
BA-123               Math for Accounting and Business                            3       BA-101A              Financial Accounting                                         5
BA-125               Introduction to Business                                    3       BA-116               Business English and Communication                           4
BSM-102              Interpersonal Relations in the Workplace                    3       BA-123               Math for Accounting and Business                             3
BSM-103              Management of Human Resources                               3       BA-125               Introduction to Business                                     3
CAOT-101A            Computer Applications I                                     2       BSM-101              Fundamentals of Supervision OR                               3
CAOT-101B            Computer Applications II                                    2       BSM-108              Leadership in Organizations                                 (3)
                                                        Total Required Units: 16         BSM-102              Interpersonal Relations in the Workplace                     3
                                                                                         BSM-103              Management of Human Resources                                3
                                                                                         CAOT-101A            Computer Applications I                                      2
                                                                                         CAOT-101B            Computer Applications II                                     2
                                                                                         CAOT-101C            Computer Applications III                                    2
                                                                                         CNET-103             Introduction to Business Intelligence                        4
                                                                                                                                                     Total Required Units: 34

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             AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND                                                                AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND
                    DEAF STUDIES                                                                              DEAF STUDIES
          Certificate of Achievement in American Sign Language                               Associate in Arts in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
                              and Deaf Studies
                                                                                         This curriculum is designed to prepare students for paraprofessional positions
This curriculum is designed to prepare students for paraprofessional positions           in areas of Deaf education (instructional aides, dorm counselors, etc.), research,
in areas of Deaf education (instructional aides, dorm counselors, etc.), research,       human services, or community services. This program will also help students
human services, or community services. This program will also help students              with other majors and with their personal and/or professional contacts with
with other majors and with their personal and/or professional contacts with              Deaf persons.
Deaf persons.
                                                                                                   REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                      a) Complete Major Field, Major Field Electives, and Supporting Courses with
a) Complete Major Field and Major Field Electives.                                          a grade of C or better.
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.                                        b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field and Major Field Electives.             IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the
                                                                                            Ohlone College catalog.
                    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                            c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
1. Employ the knowledge and skills in ASL that will support the undertaking              d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
   of study and employment in education of the Deaf, interpreting, and in
   various professional and paraprofessional occupations in which the ability                                STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
   to communicate using American Sign Language is essential.                             1. Employ the knowledge and skills in ASL that will support the undertaking
2. Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate in ASL with diverse                   of study and employment in education of the Deaf, interpreting, and in
   members of the Deaf Community in all types of settings.                                  various professional and paraprofessional occupations in which the ability
3. Acquire and apply their knowledge of the Deaf Community, Deaf Culture,                   to communicate using American Sign Language is essential.
   Deaf Education, and all aspects of Deaf Life so that the student will become          2. Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate in ASL with diverse
   an effective advocate working with the Deaf to advance understanding                     members of the Deaf Community in all types of settings.
   and support for Deaf related issues which impact the lives of Deaf children           3. Acquire and apply their knowledge of the Deaf Community, Deaf Culture,
   and adults worldwide.                                                                    Deaf Education, and all aspects of Deaf Life so that the student will become
                                                                                            an effective advocate working with the Deaf to advance understanding
                                 MAJOR FIELD                                                and support for Deaf related issues which impact the lives of Deaf children
                                                                                            and adults worldwide.
ASL-101A            Principles of American Sign Language I                     5
ASL-102A            Principles of American Sign Language II                    5
                                                                                                                          MAJOR FIELD
ASL-103A            Principles of American Sign Language III                   5
ASL-104A            Principles of American Sign Language IV                    5         ASL-101A            Principles of American Sign Language I                     5
ASL-140             Deaf Education OR                                          3         ASL-102A            Principles of American Sign Language II                    5
DEAF-330            Deaf Education                                           (3      )   ASL-103A            Principles of American Sign Language III                   5
ASL-142             Deaf Culture OR                                            3         ASL-104A            Principles of American Sign Language IV                    5
DEAF-311            Introduction to American Deaf Culture                    (3      )   ASL-140             Deaf Education OR                                          3
ASL-150             Linguistics of ASL OR                                      3         DEAF-330            Deaf Education                                           (3      )
DEAF-312            Linguistics of ASL                                       (3      )   ASL-142             Deaf Culture OR                                            3
ASL-152             Advanced Fingerspelling                                    1         DEAF-311            Introduction to American Deaf Culture                    (3      )
ASL-154             Advanced American Sign Language Vocabulary                 2         ASL-150             Linguistics of ASL OR                                      3
ASL-156             Advanced Reception of ASL                                  3         DEAF-312            Linguistics of ASL                                       (3      )
ASL-160             American Sign Language Field Work OR                       1         ASL-152             Advanced Fingerspelling                                    1
ASL-161             American Sign Language Field Work                        (2      )   ASL-154             Advanced American Sign Language Vocabulary                 2
                                                                                         ASL-156             Advanced Reception of ASL                                  3
                                                                           36-37
                                                                                         ASL-160             American Sign Language Field Work OR                       1
                          MAJOR FIELD ELECTIVES                                          ASL-161             American Sign Language Field Work                        (2      )
Complete at least two of the following courses:                                                                                                                     36-37
ASL-145             Deaf History                                               3                                   MAJOR FIELD ELECTIVES
ASL-155             ASL Literature                                             3
                                                                                         Complete at least two of the following courses:
ASL-157             ASL Storytelling                                           3
ASL-158             Classifiers in ASL                                         3         ASL-145             Deaf History                                               3
                                                                                         ASL-155             ASL Literature                                             3
                                                                               6
                                                                                         ASL-157             ASL Storytelling                                           3
                                                   Total Required Units: 42-43           ASL-158             Classifiers in ASL                                         3
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                           SUPPORTING COURSES                                           Recreational Planning and/or Physical Education Methodology
These supporting courses are approved California State Education Requirements           for Children:
for the California School for the Deaf.                                                 Complete three units from the following courses:
Complete a minimum of three units in at least three different areas from the            PE-342A3            Circuit Training                                             1
following courses:                                                                      PE-344A3            Total Fitness                                                1
Child Growth and Development                                                            PE-350A3            Learning to Swim                                             1
                                                                                        PE-351A3            Aquatic Conditioning                                         1
Complete three units from the following courses:                                        PE-360A3            Beginning Badminton                                          1
ECS-301            Childhood Growth and Development                            3        PE-362A3            Beginning Tennis                                             1
ECS-303            Child, Family, and Community                                3        PE-374A3            Kickboxing                                                   1
ECS-306            Guidance and Discipline of Young Children                   3        PE-376A3            Yoga                                                         1
ECS-316            Curriculum and Strategies for Children with Special Needs   3        PE-377A3            Pilates                                                      1
ECS-327            School Age Child Development                                3                                                                                         1
PSY-105            Child Development                                           3                                                                                         3
PSY-106            Adolescent Development                                      3
PSY-108            Human Development                                           3                                                      Total Supporting Courses Units: 9
                                                                               3                                                                Total Required Units: 51-52
Education Techniques:
Complete three units from the following courses:
CHS-101            Chicano/Latino Culture                                      3
ECS-300            Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children         3
ECS-302            Introduction to Curriculum                                  4                       ANTHROPOLOGY FOR TRANSFER
ECS-321            Administration II: Personnel and Leadership in Early                            Associate in Arts in Anthropology for Transfer (ADT)
                   Childhood Education                                         3
ECS-328            Curriculum for the School Age Child                         3        The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, codified in
HIST-114B          African American History 1877 to Present                    3        California Education Code sections 66746-66749) guarantees admission to a
IS-110             Introduction to Ethnic Studies                              3        California State University (CSU) campus for any community college student
                                                                                        who completes an “associate degree for transfer,” a newly established variation
                                                                               3
                                                                                        of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community college.
English Composition or Report Writing:                                                  The Associate in Arts in Anthropology for Transfer is intended for students
                                                                                        who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a similar major at a CSU campus.
Complete three units from the following courses:                                        Students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the CSU system,
ASL-155            ASL Literature                                              3        but not to a particular campus or major. In order to earn one of these degrees,
ENGL-101A          Reading and Written Composition                             4        students must complete 60 required semester units of CSU-transferable
ENGL-101B          Reading and Composition (Introduction to Literature)        4        coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students should consult with a
ENGL-101C          Critical Thinking and Composition                           3        counselor when planning to complete the degree for more information on
                                                                                        university admission and transfer requirements.
                                                                               3
                                                                                        Completion of the requirements for the Associate in Arts in Anthropology for
Health, Science, and Hygiene:                                                           Transfer prepares students for transfer to a California State University to
Complete three units from the following courses:                                        engage in upper-division work towards a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology.
                                                                                        Students who complete this associate degree will be able to apply
BIOL-103A          Human Anatomy and Physiology                                4        anthropological perspectives to the biological and cultural study of humankind,
BIOL-103B          Human Anatomy and Physiology                                4        including the prehistory of humans, human forms of communication, and
BIOL-104           Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology                          4        human cultural diversity.
HLTH-101           Contemporary Health Issues                                  3
HLTH-150           Women’s Health Issues                                       3           REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
HLTH-160           Human Sexuality                                             3
                                                                                        a) Complete Required Core, List A, List B, and List C courses with a grade of
KIN-251            Fitness for Life                                            3            C or better.
KIN-257            Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries                    4
                                                                                        b) Complete CSU GE (Plan B) or IGETC for CSU (Plan C) requirements. These
KIN-258            Exercise Prescription                                       3            requirements are specified in the Ohlone College catalog.
                                                                               3        c) Complete 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
Psychology, Sociology, Behavioral Sciences, Handicapping                                d) Obtain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU-
Conditions, Family Life, Social Work, or Rehabilitation:                                    transferable coursework. While a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for
                                                                                            admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult with a
Complete three units from the following courses:                                            counselor for more information.
PSY-101            General Psychology                                          3        e) Complete 22 semester units in the Anthropology major.
PSY-112            Social Psychology                                           3        f) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
SOC-101            Introduction to Sociology                                   3
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SOC-102            Social Problems                                             3
                                                                               3
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                     STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                                          MAJOR FIELD
1. Critically analyze and interpret anthropological data.                                ENGI-130            Electric Circuit Analysis OR                             4
2. Apply anthropological principles and methods of inquiry to the study of               ENGI-140            Materials Engineering OR                                (4)
   human diversity locally, regionally, and globally.                                    PHYS-141            Electricity and Magnetism OR                            (4)
3. Apply anthropological knowledge and demonstrate intercultural sensitivity             PHYS-142            Optics, Heat, and Modern Physics                        (4)
   to contemporary issues within a culture and cross-culturally.                         MATH-101A           Calculus with Analytic Geometry                          5
4. Demonstrate an understanding of science, the scientific method, the                   MATH-101B           Calculus with Analytic Geometry                          5
   concept of culture, and major anthropological concepts related to human               PHYS-140            Mechanics                                                4
   biological and cultural evolution.                                                                                                           Total Required Units: 18

                               REQUIRED CORE
ANTH-101             Physical Anthropology                                       4
ANTH-102             Cultural Anthropology                                       3
ANTH-103             Introduction to Archaeology                                 3
                                                                                10
                                      LIST A
MATH-159             Introduction to Statistics                                  5
                                                                                 5
                                      LIST B
GEOL-101             Introduction to Geology                                     4
                                                                                 4
                                   LIST C
Complete three units from the following courses:
ANTH-103L            Field Archaeology Laboratory                                1
ANTH-104             Survey of North American Indian Cultures                    3
ANTH-106
ANTH-107
                     Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
                     Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
                                                                                 3
                                                                                 3
                                                                                                                             ART
ANTH-108             Introduction to Forensic Anthropology                       3                                 Associate in Arts in Art
                                                                                 3       The Associate in Arts in Art offered by Ohlone College is designed to prepare
                                                          Total Required Units: 22       students for studying Fine Arts at most universities. While the core courses
                                                                                         required in the Associate in Arts in Art will fulfill the lower division major
                                                                                         requirements at many universities, students are advised to meet with their
                                                                                         counselor to assess the course requirements for specific universities. This
                                                                                         program will enable students to develop a strong foundation in art.

                     APPLIED MATHEMATICS                                                           REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
                                                                                         a) Complete Major Field and Supporting Courses with a grade of C or better.
           Certificate of Achievement in Applied Mathematics
                                                                                         b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B),
The Certificate of Achievement in Applied Mathematics provides students with                or IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the
the mathematical background required to succeed in subsequent courses in                    Ohlone College catalog.
math, physics, and engineering. Completion of a certificate in applied                   c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
mathematics demonstrates that students possess good critical thinking skills             d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
and the ability to process complicated ideas. By earning this certificate, students
have demonstrated that they possess the mathematical skills that are necessary                                 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
to begin upper division coursework in applied mathematics. Completion of                 1.   Analyze and express conceptual and physical qualities of works of art.
the Certificate of Achievement in Applied Mathematics represents a completion            2.   Communicate basic objectives of design and/or plan of work of art.
of 18 units applicable towards an Associate in Science in Physics for Transfer
or an Associate in Science in Engineering.                                               3.   Evaluate and discuss various forms of art within a social, cultural, and
                                                                                              aesthetic perspective.
                                                                                         4.   Create or manufacture finished works of art based on initial designs.
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
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a) Complete Major Field courses.
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
                   STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Learn the foundation mathematics necessary for further studies in
   engineering, mathematics, and science.
2. Demonstrate proficiency at problem solving techniques.
3. Apply problem solving techniques towards the solution of problems in
   engineering and science.
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                                MAJOR FIELD
ART-103A            Survey of Western Art from Prehistory Through the
                    Middle Ages OR                                           4
ART-103B            Survey of Western Art from Renaissance to Contemporary ( 4 )
ART-104A            2D Design                                                3
ART-104B            3D Design                                                3
ART-104C            Color                                                    3
ART-106A            Beginning Descriptive Drawing                            3
ART-117A            Museum and Gallery Techniques (Exhibition Production) 2
                                                                            18
                         SUPPORTING COURSES
Complete 8-10 units from the following courses; courses may not be duplicated
from the Major Field courses.
ART-103A            Survey of Western Art from Prehistory Through the
                    Middle Ages                                              4
ART-103B            Survey of Western Art from Renaissance to Contemporary 4
ART-106B            Intermediate Descriptive Drawing                         3
ART-107A            Life Drawing                                             3
                                                                                          REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
ART-108             Perspective Drawing                                      3
ART-109A            Beginning Graphic Design I (Letter Forms and Typography) 3         a) Complete Required Core, List A, and List B courses with a grade of
ART-111A            Beginning Painting – Color and Composition               3             C or better.
ART-116A            Basic Sculpture                                          3         b) Complete CSU GE (Plan B) or IGETC for CSU (Plan C) requirements. These
ART-121A            Introductory Ceramics I                                  3             requirements are specified in the Ohlone College catalog.
ART-133A            Photo I                                                  3         c) Complete 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
ART-139A            Beginning Digital Photography                            3         d) Obtain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all
ART-150A            Interior Design Concepts                                 3             CSU-transferable coursework. While a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for
ART-160A            Computer Graphics I                                      4             admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult with a
                                                                                           counselor for more information.
ART-161A            Digital Graphics I                                       2
                                                                                       e) Complete a minimum of 21 semester units in the Art History major.
                                                                          8-10
                                                                                       f) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
                                                     Total Required Units: 26-28
                                                                                                            STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
                                                                                       1. Identify, examine, and assess representative works of art and architecture.
                                                                                       2. Analyze, discuss, and differentiate works of art and architecture in terms
                                                                                          of historical context and cultural values.
                                                                                       3. Analyze, discuss, and distinguish the roles of art, architecture, and the
                ART HISTORY FOR TRANSFER                                                  artist form the art historical periods covered in the sequence of required
                                                                                          art history courses.
           Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer (ADT)
The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, codified in                                          REQUIRED CORE
California Education Code sections 66746-66749) guarantees admission to a              ART-103A           Survey of Western Art from Prehistory Through the
California State University (CSU) campus for any community college student                                Middle Ages                                               4
who completes an “associate degree for transfer,” a newly established variation        ART-103B           Survey of Western Art from Renaissance to Contemporary    4
of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community college.      ART-106A           Beginning Descriptive Drawing                             3
The Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer is intended for students who
plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a similar major at a CSU campus.                                                                                           11
Students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the CSU system,                                               LIST A
but not to a particular campus or major. In order to earn one of these degrees,
students must complete 60 required semester units of CSU-transferable                  ART-103C           Survey of Non-European Art                                4
coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students should consult with a                                                                                                4
counselor when planning to complete the degree for more information on
university admission and transfer requirements.                                                                           LIST B
Art History courses emphasize the study of cultural and humanistic activities          Complete two courses from the following courses:
and artistic expression of human beings. Students will evaluate and interpret          ART-104A           2D Design                                                  3
the ways in which people through the ages in different cultures have responded         ART-104B           3D Design                                                  3
to themselves and the world around them in artistic and cultural creation.             ART-107A           Life Drawing                                               3
Students will also learn to value aesthetic understanding and incorporate              ART-116A           Basic Sculpture                                            3
these concepts when constructing value judgments. Students may obtain an               ART-121A           Introductory Ceramics I                                    3
Associate in Arts in Art History for Transfer and optimize preparation for a
baccalaureate degree in Art History at a CSU campus.                                   ART-133A           Photo I OR                                                 3
                                                                                       ART-139A           Beginning Digital Photography                            (3)
                            (continued on next column)
                                                                                       GA-160A            Computer Graphics I                                        4
                                                                                                                                                                   6-7
                                                                                                                                          Total Required Units: 21-22

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                                                                                         INT-199A            Introduction to Multicultural Issues in Interpreting        1
                 ASL-ENGLISH INTERPRETER                                                 INT-227             Ethics II: Interpreting Ethics and Decision-Making          3
                  PREPARATION PROGRAM                                                    INT-245             Phantom Interpreting                                        1
                                                                                         INT-253             Interpreting: English to ASL                                6
          Certificate of Achievement in ASL-English Interpreter                          INT-263             Interpreting Across the Language Continuum                  4
                           Preparation Program                                           INT-295             Interpreting Internship                                   4.5
                                                                                         INT-299             Capstone Course                                             1
The ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) is limited in the number of
students it can admit to each class. Students must fulfill minimum requirements                                                                                         48
listed below prior to applying to the Interpreter Preparation Program.                   Complete 3.5 units from the following courses:
                                                                                         INT-199B            Introduction to Oral Facilitation                          .5
                       MIMIMUM REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                         INT-199C            Introduction to Medical Interpreting                        1
1. All pre-interpreter students are required to take the placement test or               INT-199D            Introduction to Educational Interpreting K-12               1
   provide sufficient proof of college-level English and Math coursework to              INT-199E            Introduction to Post-Secondary Interpreting                .5
   waive this requirement:
                                                                                         INT-199F            Introduction to Social Service and Employment              .5
   a. Completion of ENGL-101A or equivalent with a grade of C or better.                 INT-199G            Introduction to Telephone and Video Relay Interpreting     .5
   b. Reading Clearance: Clearing ENGL-163 through the Ohlone College                    INT-199H            Introduction to Mental Health Interpreting                 .5
       English Placement Test or completion of ENGL-163 or substitute reading            INT-199I            Introduction to Deaf/Hearing Team Interpreting             .5
       course from an approved list.
                                                                                                                                                                       3.5
   c. Completion of MATH-151 or any higher level Math course or Math
       clearance on the Ohlone Math Placement Test.                                                                                              Total Required Units: 51.5
   d. Completion of 30 General Education units (one year of college-level
       work) with a cumulative GPA of 2.70 or higher.
2. Students must attend an all day screening. All applications must be
   evaluated regardless of previous coursework in ASL.
3. A separate application, found online, must be submitted to the Deaf
   Studies Division by mid-April. The exact deadline is provided online at                                ASL-ENGLISH INTERPRETER
   www.ohlone.edu/instr/deafstudies/ipp/#eligibility.                                                      PREPARATION PROGRAM
Students have met the requirements and taken and passed all courses                         Associate in Arts in ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program
satisfactorily.
                                                                                         The ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) is limited in the number of
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                      students it can admit to each class. Students must fulfill minimum requirements
                                                                                         listed below prior to applying to the Interpreter Preparation Program.
a) Complete Major Field courses.
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.
                                                                                                                MIMIMUM REQUIREMENTS
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
                                                                                         1. All pre-interpreter students are required to take the placement test or
                      STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                             provide sufficient proof of college-level English and Math coursework to
1. Display the ability to create and maintain professional relationships and                waive this requirement:
   appropriate cultural sensitivities with various stakeholders including                   a. Completion of ENGL-101A or equivalent with a grade of C or better.
   members of the Deaf community, professional interpreters, and                            b. Reading Clearance: Clearing ENGL-163 through the Ohlone College
   interpreter agencies through effective interpersonal and cross-cultural                      English Placement Test or completion of ENGL-163 or substitute reading
   communication skills.                                                                        course from an approved list.
2. Demonstrate critical thinking skills by assessing potential demands of                   c. Completion of MATH-151 or any higher level Math course or Math
   various interpreting situations and constructing appropriate responses to                    clearance on the Ohlone Math Placement Test.
   mitigate those demands; and applying and defending appropriate decision-                 d. Completion of 30 General Education units (one year of college-level
   making skills when ethical dilemmas arise.                                                   work) with a cumulative GPA of 2.70 or higher.
3. Perform entry-level Sign Language Interpreting skills in post-secondary               2. Students must attend an all day screening. All applications must be
   educational and/or community settings.                                                   evaluated regardless of previous coursework in ASL.
4. The courses listed are part of the special application-only curriculum                3. A separate application, found online, must be submitted to the Deaf
   for the Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP). Other courses are open to                 Studies Division by mid-April. The exact deadline is provided online at
   students not in the Interpreter Preparation Program and are offered regularly.           www.ohlone.edu/instr/deafstudies/ipp/#eligibility.
   Please refer to a current class schedule or the Ohlone College Deaf Studies
   Division web page at www.ohlone.edu/deafstudies.                                      Students have met the requirements and taken and passed all courses
                                                                                         satisfactorily.
                                MAJOR FIELD                                                                           (continued on next page)
INT-106             Discourse Analysis: ASL                                      3
INT-107             Interpreter Orientation                                      3
INT-112             Comparative Linguistics: ASL and English                     3
INT-115             Interpreting Preparation Skills                              2
INT-116             Discourse Analysis: English                                  3
INT-127             Ethics I                                                     1
INT-145             Practicum: Deaf Mentorship                                 4.5
INT-147             Introduction to Interpreting for People Who Are
                    Deaf/Blind                                                  2
INT-153             Interpreting: ASL to English                                6
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          REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE
a) Complete Major Field courses with a grade of C or better.                                                      BIOENGINEERING
b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or                                 Associate in Science in Bioengineering
   IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the
   Ohlone College catalog.                                                                Bioengineering is at the interface of medical sciences, basic sciences, and
c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.           engineering, and has emerged internationally as an established engineering
d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.                                          discipline. Bioengineers in the 21st century will solve problems in biology
                                                                                          and medicine by applying biological principles and principles of physical
                        STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                         sciences and engineering to create new engineering paradigms, such as
1.   Display the ability to create and maintain professional relationships and            biomimetic materials, DNA computing, and neural networking. This associate
     appropriate cultural sensitivities with various stakeholders including               degree program in Bioengineering is designed to prepare students for entry-
     members of the Deaf community, professional interpreters, and                        level positions in the bioengineering industry such as those in local national
     interpreter agencies through effective interpersonal and cross-cultural              laboratories. Students will develop a strong foundation in the basic sciences
     communication skills.                                                                (chemistry, biology, physics) and engineering. The theoretical knowledge
                                                                                          and laboratory skills acquired by students in this program will enhance their
2.   Demonstrate critical thinking skills by assessing potential demands of               success with obtaining entry-level jobs that require two years of college-
     various interpreting situations and constructing appropriate responses to            level science and engineering.
     mitigate those demands; and applying and defending appropriate decision-
     making skills when ethical dilemmas arise.
                                                                                                   REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE
3.   Perform entry-level Sign Language Interpreting skills in post-secondary
     educational and/or community settings.                                               a) Complete Major Field courses and either Biomechanics Track or Statistical
4.   The courses listed are part of the special application-only curriculum                  Track with a grade of C or better.
     for the Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP). Other courses are open to             b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or
     students not in the Interpreter Preparation Program and are offered regularly.          IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the
     Please refer to a current class schedule or the Ohlone College Deaf Studies             Ohlone College catalog.
     Division web page at www.ohlone.edu/deafstudies.                                     c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.
                                                                                          d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
                                 MAJOR FIELD
                                                                                                              STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
INT-106              Discourse Analysis: ASL                                      3
                                                                                          1. Apply the scientific method, scientific reasoning, engineering principles,
INT-107              Interpreter Orientation                                      3          and/or formulas to problems related to biology, chemistry, physics, and
INT-112              Comparative Linguistics: ASL and English                     3          engineering.
INT-115              Interpreting Preparation Skills                              2       2. Demonstrate critical thinking, effective communication, and teamwork
INT-116              Discourse Analysis: English                                  3          by contributing productively to the success of team-based science and
INT-127              Ethics I                                                     1          engineering projects.
INT-145              Practicum: Deaf Mentorship                                 4.5       3. Demonstrate the proper techniques, safety procedures, and correct use of
INT-147              Introduction to Interpreting for People Who Are                         equipment used in science and engineering laboratories.
                     Deaf/Blind                                                   2
INT-153              Interpreting: ASL to English                                 6                                       MAJOR FIELD
INT-199A             Introduction to Multicultural Issues in Interpreting         1
INT-227              Ethics II: Interpreting Ethics and Decision-Making           3       BIOL-101A           Principles of Biology - Molecular and Cellular Biology     5
INT-245              Phantom Interpreting                                         1       BIOL-101B           Principles of Biology - Organisms and Systems              5
INT-253              Interpreting: English to ASL                                 6       BIOT-113            GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                 1.5
INT-263              Interpreting Across the Language Continuum                   4       BIOT-121            Biotechnology Careers                                      1
INT-295              Interpreting Internship                                    4.5       CHEM-101A           General Chemistry                                          5
INT-299              Capstone Course                                              1       CHEM-101B           General Chemistry                                          5
                                                                                          ENGI-101            Introduction to Engineering                                3
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                                                                                          ENGI-115            Engineering Graphics and Design                            4
Complete 3.5 units from the following courses:                                            ETEC-107            Properties of Materials                                  1.5
INT-199B             Introduction to Oral Facilitation                          .5                                                                                      31
INT-199C             Introduction to Medical Interpreting                        1        Biomechanics Track
INT-199D             Introduction to Educational Interpreting K-12               1
INT-199E             Introduction to Post-Secondary Interpreting                .5        CS-102              Introduction to Computer Programming Using C++ OR         3
INT-199F             Introduction to Social Service and Employment              .5        ETEC-106            Electronics for Technology                               (3)
INT-199G             Introduction to Telephone and Video Relay Interpreting     .5        ENGI-111            Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB                 3
INT-199H             Introduction to Mental Health Interpreting                 .5        MATH-101A           Calculus with Analytic Geometry                           5
INT-199I             Introduction to Deaf/Hearing Team Interpreting             .5        PHYS-140            Mechanics                                                 4
                                                                               3.5                                                                                     15

                                                       Total Required Units: 51.5         Statistical Track
                                                                                          CS-133              Introduction to Statistical Software Programming          3
                                                                                          CS-133A             Data Analysis Using Statistical Software OR               3
                                                                                          CS-143              Advanced Statistical Software Programming                (3)
                                                                                          MATH-159            Introduction to Statistics                                5
                                                                                          PHYS-120            Introduction to Physics I                                 4
                                                                                                                                                                       15
                                                                                                                                                  Total Required Units: 46

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                                BIOLOGY                                                                       BIOLOGY FOR TRANSFER
                      Associate in Science in Biology                                                  Associate in Science in Biology for Transfer (ADT)
The Associate in Science in Biology offered by Ohlone College is designed to               The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, now codified
prepare students for studying the Biological Sciences at most universities.                in California Education Code sections 66746-66749) guarantees admission
The core courses required in the Associate in Science in Biology will fulfill the          to a California State University (CSU) campus for any community college
lower division requirements for most campuses of the UC and CSU systems.                   student who completes an “associate degree for transfer,” a newly established
This program will enable students to develop a strong foundation in the life               variation of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community
sciences, physical sciences, and mathematics. Furthermore, the theoretical                 college. The Associate in Science in Biology for Transfer is intended for students
knowledge and laboratory skills acquired by students in this program will                  who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a similar major at a CSU campus.
also enhance their success with obtaining entry-level jobs that require two                Students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the CSU system,
years of college-level science and math.                                                   but not to a particular campus or major. In order to earn one of these degrees,
Since some curriculum requirements may vary among transfer universities, it                students must complete 60 required semester units of CSU-transferable
is imperative that students entering Ohlone’s Associate in Science degree                  coursework with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students are strongly advised to
program in Biology meet with a counselor at the start of their academic work.              consult with a counselor prior to pursuit of this degree to ascertain campus-
Counselors will assist students in preparing a comprehensive Student Education             specific CSU requirements. Completion of the requirements for the Associate
Plan that will prepare them to transfer to the university of their choice.                 in Science in Biology for Transfer assists students in transferring to a CSU to
Counselors will also advise students on the general education plan that best               pursue upper division study towards a bachelor’s degree in Biology. This
prepares them for future transfer.                                                         program provides a strong foundation in the life sciences as well as in the
                                                                                           supporting sciences of chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Furthermore,
                                                                                           the theoretical knowledge and laboratory skills acquired by students in this
        REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE                                       program will also enhance their success with obtaining entry-level jobs that
a) Complete Major Field courses with a grade of C or better.                               require two years of college-level science and math.
b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or
   IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the                     REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
   Ohlone College catalog.                                                                 a) Complete Required Core, List A, and List B courses with a grade of
c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.               C or better.
d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.                                           b) Complete IGETC for STEM for CSU (Plan C) requirements. These
e) Complete either BIOL-101A or BIOL-101B at Ohlone College.                                  requirements are specified in the Ohlone College catalog.
                   STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                               c) Complete 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
                                                                                           d) Complete a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method through                              CSU-transferable coursework. While a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for
   the performance of experiments and the subsequent analysis of the                          admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult with a
   experimentally obtained data.                                                              counselor for more information.
2. Demonstrate the correct operating procedures in the use of common                       e) Complete 38 semester units in the Biology major.
   lab equipment such as compound and dissecting microscopes,
   spectrophotometers, pH meter, electrophoresis gel apparatus,                            f) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
   micropipetters, and centrifuges.                                                                            STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
3. Explain and evaluate the major scientific themes in biology, chemistry,                 1. Demonstrate the correct operating procedures in the use of common
   and physics.                                                                               lab equipment such as compound and dissecting microscopes,
4. Explain and evaluate the main concepts of modern evolutionary theory.                      spectrophotometers, pH meter, electrophoresis gel apparatus,
                                                                                              micropipetters, and centrifuges.
                                MAJOR FIELD                                                2. Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method through
BIOL-101A           Principles of Biology - Molecular and Cellular Biology        5           the performance of experiments and the subsequent analysis of the
BIOL-101B           Principles of Biology - Organisms and Systems                 5           experimentally obtained data.
CHEM-101A           General Chemistry                                             5        3. Comply with common laboratory safety guidelines.
CHEM-101B           General Chemistry                                             5        4. Explain and evaluate the major scientific themes in biology, chemistry,
CHEM-112A           Organic Chemistry                                             5           and physics.
CHEM-112B           Organic Chemistry                                             5        5. Explain and evaluate the main concepts of modern evolutionary theory.
MATH-101A           Calculus with Analytic Geometry                               5
PHYS-120            Introduction to Physics I                                     4                                      REQUIRED CORE
PHYS-121            Introduction to Physics II                                    4        BIOL-101A           Principles of Biology - Molecular and Cellular Biology     5
                                                        Total Required Units: 43           BIOL-101B           Principles of Biology - Organisms and Systems              5
                                                                                                                                                                         10
                                                                                                                               LIST A
                                                                                           CHEM-101A           General Chemistry                                          5
                                                                                           CHEM-101B           General Chemistry                                          5
                                                                                           MATH-101A           Calculus with Analytic Geometry                            5
                                                                                           PHYS-120            Introduction to Physics I AND                              4
                                                                                           PHYS-121            Introduction to Physics II OR                              4
                                                                                           PHYS-140            Mechanics AND                                             (4)
                                                                                           PHYS-141            Electricity and Magnetism                                 (4)
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                                    LIST B
BIOL-106            Microbiology OR                                          5               BIOTECHNOLOGY: BIO-MANUFACTURING
CHEM-112A           Organic Chemistry                                       (5)          Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology: Bio-Manufacturing
                                                                             5
                                                                                       The Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology: Bio-Manufacturing provides
                                                     Total Required Units: 38          students with excellent preparation in various protocols and hands-on
                                                                                       laboratory skills used in many biotechnology companies. A goal of the program
                                                                                       is to prepare students for entry-level positions in biotech and pharmaceutical
                                                                                       companies. This certificate prepares students as laboratory assistants and
                                                                                       biomanufacturing technicians.

                         BIOTECHNOLOGY                                                         REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
                  Associate in Science in Biotechnology                                a) Complete Major Field courses.
                                                                                       b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.
The Associate in Science in Biotechnology is a program designed to train               c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
students in the methods and techniques used in biotechnology. Courses in
this program train students in standard biotechnology laboratory techniques                                 STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
and record keeping. The program prepares students for entry-level positions            1. Apply industrial standards in recording laboratory procedures and results
in biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, for jobs as laboratory                     in a laboratory notebook.
assistants, biological technicians, and biomanufacturing technicians.
                                                                                       2. Demonstrate the use of common laboratory equipment such as
                                                                                          micropipettes, spectrophotometers, electrophoresis equipment, pH meters,
        REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE                                      thermocyclers, bioreactors, etc.
a) Complete Major Field courses with a grade of C or better.                           3. Prepare buffers and other laboratory stock and working solutions to
b) Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or                proper specifications.
   IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the                4. Practice proper laboratory safety.
   Ohlone College catalog.
c) Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.                                         MAJOR FIELD
d) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.                                       BIOT-105             Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology                  4
                       STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                       BIOT-110A            DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis                   3
1.   Apply industrial standards in recording laboratory procedures and results         BIOT-113             GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                  1.5
     in a laboratory notebook.                                                         BIOT-115A            Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques                           1
2.   Demonstrate the use of common laboratory equipment such as                        BIOT-115B            Bioreactor Cell Culture Techniques                          1
     micropipettes, spectrophotometers, electrophoresis equipment, pH                  BIOT-119             Clean Room Operations                                      .5
     meters, thermocyclers, bioreactors, etc.                                          BIOT-121             Biotechnology Careers                                       1
3.   Employ the correct mathematical rules of operation, and be able to apply          CAOT-148             Computer Applications in Biotechnology                     .5
     these to the preparation of reagents, buffers, pH adjustments, etc.               CHEM-109             Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology           4
4.   Practice proper laboratory safety.                                                                                                         Total Required Units: 16.5
5.   Demonstrate an understanding of key concepts in molecular biology and
     biotechnology as they relate to the biotechnology industry.

                                MAJOR FIELD
BIOT-101            Biotechnology Research Projects OR                       3                       BIOTECHNOLOGY: BIOSTATISTICS
BIOT-114            Introduction to Plant Biology OR                        (3)
BIOT-118            Biotechnology Operations OR                             (3)               Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology: Biostatistics
CS-133              Introduction to Statistical Software Programming        (3)
                                                                                       The Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology: Biostatistics is a program
BIOT-104A           HPLC                                                     1         designed to train students in methods and techniques used in biotechnology
BIOT-105            Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology               4         statistical analysis. Courses in this program train students in DNA and protein
BIOT-110A           DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis                3         laboratory techniques and assays, laboratory record keeping, sterile techniques,
BIOT-111A           Genomic and cDNA Library Construction and Analysis       1         and mathematical analysis of laboratory outcomes. The program prepares
BIOT-111B           PCR Primer Design and Optimization and Reverse                     students for entry-level positions in bio-manufacturing, biostatistician assistant,
                    Transcription PCR                                         1        clinical data assistant/associate, validation assistant/technician, production
BIOT-112            Introduction to Bioinformatics                            2        planner/scheduler, and research assistant/associate positions requiring skills
BIOT-113            GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                1.5        in statistics.
BIOT-115A           Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques                         1
BIOT-115B           Bioreactor Cell Culture Techniques                        1                REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
BIOT-117            Immunology                                                1        a) Complete Major Field courses.
BIOT-119            Clean Room Operations                                    .5        b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.
BIOT-121            Biotechnology Careers                                     1        c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
CAOT-148            Computer Applications in Biotechnology                   .5                                      (continued on next page)
CHEM-109            Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology         4
ENGL-156            Introduction to Report and Technical Writing              3
MATH-159            Introduction to Statistics                                5
                                                   Total Required Units: 33.5

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                     STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                                                            MAJOR FIELD
1. Apply industrial standards in recording laboratory procedures and results              BIOT-101            Biotechnology Research Projects                           3
   in a laboratory notebook.                                                              BIOT-104A           HPLC                                                      1
2. Demonstrate the use of common laboratory equipment such as                             BIOT-105            Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology                4
   micropipetters, spectrophotometers, electrophoretic equipment, pH                      BIOT-110A           DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis                 3
   meters, thermocyclers, bioreactors, etc.                                               BIOT-111A           Genomic and cDNA Library Construction and Analysis        1
3. Prepare buffers and other laboratory stock and working solutions to                    BIOT-111B           PCR Primer Design and Optimization and Reverse
   proper specifications.                                                                                     Transcription PCR                                         1
4. Apply mathematical analysis to laboratory outcomes.                                    BIOT-113            GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                1.5
5. Practice proper laboratory safety.                                                     BIOT-115A           Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques                         1
                                                                                          BIOT-117            Immunology                                                1
                                MAJOR FIELD                                               BIOT-121            Biotechnology Careers                                     1
BIOT-105            Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology                    4       CAOT-148            Computer Applications in Biotechnology                   .5
BIOT-110A           DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis                     3       CHEM-109            Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology         4
BIOT-112            Introduction to Bioinformatics                                2       ENGL-156            Introduction to Report and Technical Writing              3
BIOT-113            GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                    1.5                                                             Total Required Units: 25
BIOT-115A           Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques                             1
BIOT-115B           Bioreactor Cell Culture Techniques                            1
BIOT-119            Clean Room Operations                                        .5
BIOT-121            Biotechnology Careers                                         1
CAOT-148
CHEM-109
                    Computer Applications in Biotechnology
                    Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology
                                                                                 .5
                                                                                  4
                                                                                                          BIOTECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS
CS-133              Introduction to Statistical Software Programming              3                 Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology Operations
ENGL-156            Introduction to Report and Technical Writing                  3
MATH-159            Introduction to Statistics                                    5       The Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology Operations provides students
                                                                                          with excellent preparation in various protocols and hands-on laboratory skills
                                                         Total Required Units: 29.5       used in biotechnology companies. Students will also become familiar with
                                                                                          the primary functional areas of biotechnology operations: product
                                                                                          development, regulatory affairs, manufacturing, quality assurance, and quality
                                                                                          control. A goal of the program is to prepare students for entry-level positions
                                                                                          in biotech and pharmaceutical companies, including jobs as laboratory
                                                                                          assistants and bio-manufacturing technicians.
               BIOTECHNOLOGY:
       BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH ASSOCIATE                                                           REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
                                                                                          a) Complete Major Field courses.
              Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology:
                                                                                          b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.
                    Biotechnology Research Associate
                                                                                          c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
The Certificate of Achievement in Biotechnology: Biotechnology Research                                       STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Associate is designed to train students in methods and techniques used in
research settings. Courses in this program train students in DNA and protein              1. Apply industrial standards for documentation of laboratory procedures
laboratory techniques and assays, laboratory record keeping, sterile techniques,             and results.
advanced PCR procedures, and genomic/cDNA library construction and                        2. Demonstrate the use of common laboratory equipment such as
analytical skills. The program prepares students for entry-level positions in                micropipettes, spectrophotometers, electrophoresis equipment, pH
biotechnology/pharmaceutical companies as research assistants and laboratory                 meters, thermocyclers, bioreactors, etc.
assistants/technicians.                                                                   3. Prepare buffers and other laboratory stock and working solutions to
                                                                                             proper specifications.
        REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT                                       4. Identify and compare the roles and responsibilities of the primary functional
a) Complete Major Field courses.                                                             areas of biotechnology operations: Product Development, Regulatory
b) Complete at least six units at Ohlone College.                                            Affairs, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control.
c) Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in Major Field courses.
                                                                                                                          MAJOR FIELD
                       STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                          BIOT-105            Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology                4
1.   Apply industrial standards in recording laboratory procedures and results            BIOT-110A           DNA and Protein Purification and Analysis                 3
     in a laboratory notebook.                                                            BIOT-113            GMP/GLP and Writing SOPs                                1.5
2.   Demonstrate the use of common laboratory equipment such as                           BIOT-115A           Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques                         1
     micropipettes, spectrophotometers, electrophoresis equipment, pH                     BIOT-115B           Bioreactor Cell Culture Techniques                        1
     meters, thermocyclers, bioreactors, etc.                                             BIOT-118            Biotechnology Operations                                  3
3.   Prepare buffers and other laboratory stock and working solutions to                  BIOT-119            Clean Room Operations                                    .5
     proper specifications.                                                               BIOT-121            Biotechnology Careers                                     1
4.   Analyze and interpret data from experiments.                                         CAOT-148            Computer Applications in Biotechnology                   .5
                            (continued on next column)                                    CHEM-109            Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology         4
                                                                                          ENGL-156            Introduction to Report and Technical Writing              3
                                                                                                                                              Total Required Units: 22.5

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7 | CURRICULUM GUIDES

                                BUSINESS                                                    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FOR TRANSFER
                        Associate in Arts in Business                                     Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer (ADT)
The Associate in Arts in Business is designed to provide graduates with the             The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (Senate Bill 1440, codified in
skills and knowledge required to work effectively in a variety of business              California Education Code sections 66746-66749) guarantees admission to a
settings. The curriculum provides a solid foundation in areas of business               California State University (CSU) campus for any community college student
management, information technology, economics, international business,                  who completes an “associate degree for transfer,” a newly established variation
and legal and ethical issues. Graduates from the associate degree in Business           of the associate degrees traditionally offered at a California community college.
program will be able to communicate effectively for informal, formal, and               The Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer is intended
quantitative tasks and will be conversant with the values and terminology of            for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in Business
the field. Graduates will be able to access information resources, evaluate             Administration at a CSU campus. This degree aligns with the CSU Bachelor
them for credibility and relevance, and use the sources to present a wide               of Science in Business Administration. Students completing this degree
range of alternatives. Having utilized academic processes such as feedback              are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus
from faculty and self-reflection, graduates will be situated for lifelong learning.     or major. In order to earn one of these degrees, students must complete
It is strongly encouraged that students entering Ohlone’s Associate in Arts in          60 required semester units of CSU-transferable coursework with a minimum
Business meet with a counselor at the start of their academic work. Counselors          GPA of 2.0. Students should consult with a counselor when planning
will assist students in preparing a Student Education Plan (SEP) that will              to complete the degree for more information on university admission and
prepare them to achieve their academic goals.                                           transfer requirements.
                                                                                        The Associate in Science in Business Administration for Transfer degree is
             REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE                                  designed to provide students with the common core of lower division courses
a)   Complete Major Field courses and Supporting Course with a grade of                 required by most universities to transfer and pursue a baccalaureate degree
     C or better.                                                                       in Business Administration. This includes business degrees with options such
b)   Complete Ohlone College General Education (Plan A), CSU GE (Plan B), or            as accounting, finance, human resources management, international business,
     IGETC (Plan C) requirements. These requirements are specified in the               management, operations management, and marketing.
     Ohlone College catalog.
c)   Complete at least 60 degree-applicable units with a 2.0 grade point average.        REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE FOR TRANSFER DEGREE
d)   Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.                                      a) Complete Required Core, List A, and List B courses with a grade of
                                                                                           C or better.
                   STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES                                            b) Complete CSU GE (Plan B) or IGETC for CSU (Plan C) requirements. These
1. Demonstrate understanding of business functions, practices, and related                 requirements are specified in the Ohlone College catalog.
   theories and be able to integrate this functional knowledge in order to              c) Complete 60 CSU-transferable semester units.
   address business problems.
                                                                                        d) Obtain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all
2. Possess quantitative and technological skills enabling them to analyze                  CSU-transferable coursework. While a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for
   and interpret business data and to improve business performance.                        admission, some majors may require a higher GPA. Please consult with a
3. Demonstrate knowledge of today’s domestic and global business                           counselor for more information.
   environment (e.g., legal, regulatory, political, cultural, and economic).            e) Complete a minimum of 29 semester units in the Business Administration
                                                                                           major.
                                 MAJOR FIELD                                            f) Complete at least 12 units at Ohlone College.
BA-101A              Financial Accounting                                       5
                                                                                                              STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
BA-101B              Managerial Accounting                                      5
BA-102A              Principles of Economics-Macroeconomics                     3       1. Apply introductory managerial and financial accounting principles.
BA-102B              Principles of Economics-Microeconomics                     3       2. Explain and apply fundamental economic concepts, including the
                                                                                           construction of the primary economic models.
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                                                                                        3. Explain the current economic conditions in the United States and identify
                        SUPPORTING COURSES                                                 appropriate fiscal and monetary policy options in relation to the US economy.
Complete one course from the following courses:                                         4. Demonstrate an understanding of the major elements of the world of
                                                                                           business and its related terminology.
BA-115               Career Communication                                       3
BA-116               Business English and Communication                         4
                                                                                                                      REQUIRED CORE
BA-123               Math for Accounting and Business                           3
BA-125               Introduction to Business                                   3       BA-101A             Financial Accounting                                      5
BA-139               Psychology in the Workplace                                3       BA-101B             Managerial Accounting                                     5
BA-141A              Business Law                                               3       BA-102A             Principles of Economics-Macroeconomics                    3
CS-101               Introduction to Computers and Information Technology       3       BA-102B             Principles of Economics-Microeconomics                    3
MATH-101A            Calculus with Analytic Geometry                            5       BA-141A             Business Law                                              3
MATH-101B            Calculus with Analytic Geometry                            5                                                                                    19
MATH-156             Math for Liberal Arts                                      3                                            LIST A
MATH-159             Introduction to Statistics                                 5
MATH-167             Calculus for Business and Social Science                   5       MATH-159            Introduction to Statistics                                5
PHIL-106             Ethics                                                     3                                                                                     5
                                                                              3-5                                    (continued on next page)

                                                    Total Required Units: 19-21

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