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ACCTG 1A FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.0
Prerequisite: One of the following: Acct 10, Bus 14A, Bus 115, Math 125, 126C, 127B, 128B or placement based on the Accounting assessment process.
Study of the concepts and techniques for measurement and communication of financial information and interpretation of financial statements. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
ACCTG 1B MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 4.0
Prerequisite: Acct 1A.
Principles of managerial accounting. Use of accounting data for planning, budgeting and control. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU, UC
 
ACCTG 10 BOOKKEEPING-ACCOUNTING 4.0
Basic accounting principles and methods of recording business transactions, maintaining a general ledger system, and preparing financial statements. Emphasis on service and merchandising systems for sole proprietorships. No credit if taken after Acct 1A. For preparation for Acct 1A and office support, marketing-merchandising majors, and those who want a knowledge of bookkeeping for personal use, but open to all students. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer credit: CSU
 
ACCTG 104A MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.0
Prerequisite: Acct 1A or 10.
Recommended Preparation: BIT 25.
Introduction to accounting systems concepts and software, with PC packages such as Quickbooks and Peachtree. Topics include general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, and basic payroll. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
ACCTG 104B PAYROLL ACCOUNTING 3.0
Prerequisite: Acct 104A.
Concepts of payroll accounting, including microcomputer application. The course is based on the curriculum for the Fundamental Payroll Certification provided by the American Payroll Association. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
ACCTG 104C MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-INCOME TAX PREPARATION 3.0
Introduction to federal and California individual tax preparation. The curriculum follows the guidelines developed by the California Tax Education Council. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 10 BASIC COMPUTER KEYBOARDING 1.0
Touch control of the computer keyboard, basic keyboarding skills and numeric keypad operations. Total of 9 hours lecture and 27 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BIT 11A COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING 2.0
Touch control of the computer keyboard and preparation of basic business documents using word processing software. Basic keyboarding skills and numeric keypad operations with emphasis on keyboard mastery, development of technique, speed and accuracy. Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BIT 11B ADVANCED COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING 2.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 11A.
Formatting and production of complex business documents, including proper grammar and punctuation, using word processing software. Development of technique, speed and accuracy. Recommended minimum keyboarding speed of 22 words per minute. Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BIT 25 SURVEY OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS 3.0
Survey of business computer technology, business software environments, and commonly used business software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, graphics and database management. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BIT 100 WORD PROCESSING BASICS 1.0
Recommended Preparation: Enrollment in or completion of BIT 107.
Introduction to basic concepts and software to create, edit, store, retrieve and print letters, reports and simple tables. Recommended BIT 10, 11A, or keyboarding speed of 20 wpm. No credit if taken after or concurrently with BIT 128A, 128B, 12A, 12B, 12C or 12D. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 102 SPREADSHEET BASICS 1.0
Recommended Preparation: Enrollment in or completion of BIT 107.
Introduction to basic concepts and use of spreadsheet software to create, edit, store, retrieve and print simple spreadsheets and charts. No credit if taken after or concurrently with BIT 103A, BIT 103B, BIT 133A, or BIT 133B. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 104 BUSINESS SOFTWARE--ADVANCED MICROSOFT EXCEL 3.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 133A, BIT 133B.
Advanced spreadsheet applications including working with multiple worksheets, using lists and analyzing list data, enhancing charts and data using What-If analysis tools, summarizing data, retrieving data from and exchanging data with other programs, and macro development. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 105A BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT ACCESS LEVEL 1 1.5
Introduction to database management concepts and software. Creating, updating, linking and extracting information from database files. Producing business reports and labels. Includes creation of tables, forms, queries, advanced forms and subforms. Recommended enrollment in or completion of BIT 107. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 105B BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT ACCESS LEVEL 2 1.5
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107 and BIT 105A.
Advanced relational database concepts, reports and queries. Includes exporting, macros, switchboard creation, data access pages, archiving, and XML. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 106 BUSINESS SOFTWARE--COMPREHENSIVE MICROSOFT OFFICE SYSTEM 3.0
Comprehensive overview of the Microsoft Office System applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access; integration of applications to create reports and presentations. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 107 BUSINESS SOFTWARE--WINDOWS 1.0
Management of the environment and files within the Windows operating system. Concepts and terminology; end-user techniques for basic diagnostic and trouble-shooting procedures. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 108 MICROSOFT OUTLOOK AND PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS 1.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 11A, BIT 105A, BIT 107, BIT 109, BIT 128A, BIT 133A.
Use and features of business productivity software and emerging business technologies including Microsoft Outlook, electronic document routing, organizers, calendars, meeting and facility schedulers; collaborative software; cross application integration. Total of 18 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 109 BUSINESS SOFTWARE--MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107.
Concepts and use of presentation graphics software to plan and develop effective oral and written presentations for business. Creating graphics, transparencies, and computer slide shows for meetings, sales and business presentations. Assessing feedback on a presentation. Total of 36 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 113 KEYBOARDING FOR SPEED AND ACCURACY 1.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 10 or 11A.
For students with prior keyboarding experience. Review touch control of keyboard and basic keyboarding skills; preparation of business documents; development of technique, speed, and accuracy. Total of 9 hours lecture and 27 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 115 BUSINESS RECORDS SKILLS 2.0
Recommended Preparation: ESL 122 or Engl 400 and BIT 107.
Introduction to records management concepts and database software using Microsoft Access. Records management systems for organizing business information, materials, and records by applying standard indexing rules and using manual and electronic filing systems (alphabetic, numeric, geographic, chronologic, and subject). Total of 36 hours lecture.
 
BIT 117 COLLABORATIVE WEB-BASED WORKSPACES 1.0
Introduction to Web-based collaborative workspace software to enhance work, data, and content collaboration in a business environment. Emphasis on workspace sites, content publication, lists, discussion board, libraries, surveys, tracking tasks, blogs, wikis, Web parts, customization, templates, managing users and permissions. Projects include the design and creation of customized workspaces to solve specific business needs. Recommended BIT 107. Total of 9 hours lecture and 27 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 122 INTERNET RESEARCH AND OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS 2.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107 and BIT 11A.
Business research using the Internet and the use and features of office communications technologies including: Web meetings and conferencing, video conferencing, telephone systems, voice mail, e-mail, document and package mail systems, facsimile, duplicating systems, and teleconferencing. Composition of and etiquette for electronic communications. Total of 36 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 123 BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT EXPRESSION WEB AND PUBLISHER 3.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107, BIT 128A, and BIT 11A.
Use and features of office publication software to create newsletters, brochures, flyers and business stationery. Creation of Web sites suitable for publication on the World Wide Web. Overview of issues and methods dealing with Web page development. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 124 ADMINISTRATIVE BUSINESS PROCEDURES 2.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107, BIT 11A, BIT 128A.
Administrative support procedures, task organization, time management, team concepts and skills, business travel and meeting arrangements, effective personal interactions to facilitate office work flow, and making ethical choices in the office. Simulated on-the-job training. Total of 36 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 128A BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT WORD LEVEL 1 1.5
Recommended Preparation: Enrollment in or completion of BIT 107 and BIT 11A.
Application of word processing concepts to create, edit, store, retrieve and print business documents. Includes formatting and organizing text; using clip art and tables; creating columns and special formats; using charts, special effects and styles; and tracking documents used in a group environment. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 128B BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT WORD LEVEL 2 1.5
Recommended Preparation: Completion of BIT 11A, BIT 107, and BIT 128A.
Application of word processing concepts to create, edit, store, retrieve and print business documents. Includes complex tables and graphics; integration with other software; mass mailings; long documents; standardized forms and documents; Web page creation; and document management and XML. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 132 BUSINESS SOFTWARE - ADVANCED MICROSOFT ACCESS 3.0
Recommended Preparation: BIT 105A and BIT 105B.
Application of complex Access skills using a business-focused case problem approach, integration of a database with a Web site, automation of database processing using macro groups, customizing queries and their results, and the development of reports that summarize business activities for the purpose of decision making and data analysis. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 133A BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 1 1.5
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107.
Application of spreadsheet and graphics software to prepare budgets, record accounting information, and conduct financial analysis; includes formula creation, basic financial functions, and charting. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 133B BUSINESS SOFTWARE-MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 2 1.5
Recommended Preparation: BIT 107 and BIT 133A.
Application of spreadsheet and graphics software to prepare budgets, record accounting information, and conduct financial analysis. Includes advanced financial functions, database, integration with other applications, PivotTables and PivotCharts, macros, Visual Basic and XML. Total of 27 hours lecture and 9 hours laboratory.
 
BIT 900 BUSINESS COMPUTING CENTER LABORATORY 0.0
Corequisite: BIT 10, 11A, 11B, 100, 102, 107, 108, or 113.
Development of microcomputing skills through the use of the Business Computer Center Laboratory. Individualized instruction in the Business Computer Center Laboratory. Required enrollment BIT 10, 11A, 11B, 100, 102, 107, 108, or 113.
 
BUS 2 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3.0
Consumer and family money management: maintaining financial records and budgets; purchasing housing, automobiles and other consumer goods; managing credit; buying insurance; planning and managing investments. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 3 PERSONAL LAW 3.0
Introduction to the principles that relate to rights and responsibilities under the law. Covers law dealing with crimes, torts, contracts, motor vehicles, employment, sales, insurance and family matters. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer credit: CSU
 
BUS 9 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3.0
Survey of business stressing fundamental concepts in the areas of production, marketing, advertising, accounting and finance, human resources, decision making, legal and regulatory environment, ethics, international business, computers and robotics, career opportunities. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
BUS 10 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT 3.0
Concepts and theories of management with a focus on the five managerial functions: planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 11A BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.0
Recommended Preparation: Bus 112 or Engl 100.
Principles of effective business writing and oral communication skills. Develop writing skills for goodwill, negative news, persuasive, and employment messages. Prepare business presentations and practice professionalism at work. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 12A BUSINESS LAW 3.0
Development and functions of common law. Definitions and classification of law, court systems and procedures. Law of torts: intentional torts, negligence, defenses, strict liability. Law of intellectual property and cyberlaw. Criminal law and procedures. Law of Contracts: requirement for enforceable agreements, defenses, third parties, performance and remedies. Law of sales and lease contracts: formation, title, risk, insurable interest, performance, remedies and warranties. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU: UC Credit Limitations. See Counselor.
 
BUS 12B BUSINESS LAW 3.0
Prerequisite: Bus 12A.
Ethics, principles and application of rules of law relating to business organizations. Negotiable Instruments; Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy; Agency and Labor Relations; Partnerships and LLP's; Corporations; Government Regulations; Personal property, Bailments, Real Property, and Landlord-Tenant; Insurance; Wills, Trusts and Estates. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
BUS 13 BUSINESS LECTURES 1.0
Weekly lectures by business and professional men and women to present a comprehensive idea of the business field and its vocational opportunities. Planned to keep students abreast of growth, development, changes and opportunities in business. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 18 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 14A MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS-FINITE 4.0
Prerequisite: Math 131, 133B, 134B or placement based on the Business Mathematics assessment process.
Algebraic and geometric concepts in the solution of business and economic problems. Special emphasis on mathematics of finance, linear and quadratics functions, breakeven analysis, supply/demand curves, matrices, determinants, linear programming-geometric and simplex methods, theory of equations, set theory, probability, Markov chains, and game theory. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 14B MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS--CALCULUS 4.0
Prerequisite: Bus 14A.
Techniques of limits, differentiating; maximum-minimum problems; curve sketching; derivatives and applications of exponential and logarithmic functions; implicit differentiation; total differentials; techniques of integration; simple differential equations; the calculus of multivariable functions including partial derivatives, Lagrange multipliers and multiple integrations. Special emphasis on business applications related to system optimization, cost and revenue analysis, marginal analysis, elasticity, and consumer and producers' surplus. Recommended enrollment in Stat l5. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 16 OFFICE MACHINES 2.0
Operation of electronic printing and display calculators. Application of common business problems including discounts, auditing, markdown, markup, payroll, commissions, interest and prorating. Total of 36 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: Completion of two courses in the Business Education Division.
Individual business-related projects; research techniques; written reports. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
BUS 112 BUSINESS ENGLISH 3.0
Recommended Preparation: Engl 400 or ESL 33B.
Review of grammar mechanics; writing effective business communications through study of word usage, punctuation, sentence pattern and structure, and paragraphing. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 114 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS 3.0
Use of formulas to solve problems dealing with base, rate and portion, trade and cash discounts, retail merchandising, interest, consumer credit, payroll, taxes, stocks and bonds, depreciation and distribution of overhead and statistics. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 115 BUSINESS ALGEBRA 4.0
Emphasis on fundamental concepts of algebra within the Real number system including order of operations, linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables, systems of equations, polynomials, rational expressions, exponents and radicals, and quadratic equations. Focus on business application problems and the use of the graphing calculator. Total of 90 hours lecture.
 
BUS 116 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3.0
Introduction of management principles applied to starting and operating a small business. Includes franchising; market research; site selection; sales and advertising; pricing and credit policies; managing human resources; financial planning, accounting and budgeting. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 117 HUMAN RELATIONS FOR BUSINESS 3.0
Principles of human behavior with emphasis on the development of those personality and character traits needed to succeed in the business world. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 118 INVESTMENTS 3.0
Principles of investments; types of investment programs and securities. Analysis of financial statements. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 128 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 3.0
Human resource administration of public and private organizations including personnel administration, supervision and training. Emphasis on actual personnel problems; principles and methods involved in recruitment, selection and placement of employees with regard to affirmative action programs, training, experience and aptitudes. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 150 SURVEY OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3.0
An introduction to international business management principles with an overview of multinational and global organizations, international law, international human resource problems, operational issues, marketing, decisions, strategic planning and competitiveness, and cross-cultural problems. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 151 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 3.0
An introduction to concepts and principles of international marketing through the use of realistic examples and actual case studies of international marketing organizations, both U.S. and foreign. Studies include international marketing position of the U.S., market entry strategies, analysis of foreign markets, culture and marketing, product design, pricing, distribution, promotion and sales. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 152 PRINCIPLES OF IMPORTING AND EXPORTING 3.0
An introduction to various aspects of importing and exporting, including essential terms and techniques. Studies include marketing, organization, regulation, terms of access, documentation, shipment, duty rate structure and determination, currency exchange and financing involved with international movement of merchandise. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 160 CUSTOMER SERVICE 3.0
Analysis of customer service factors in dealing with clients to enhance goodwill and achieve customer service excellence. Theory and skills include building customer rapport, handling problems and complaints, communicating, dealing with difficult customers and projecting a professional image. Development of relationship between the company and the competition. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
BUS 161 APPLIED BUSINESS PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES 2.0
A study of appropriate business policies, practices and procedures; business etiquette/protocol; cultural diversity in the global workplace; and conflict resolution. Total of 36 hours lecture.
 
BUS 170 BUSINESS INTERNSHIP 3.0
Supervised work experience in a business organization. Total 270 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS 3.0
Use of integrated software: word processing, spreadsheets and databases. Computer hardware and software, data representation and programming languages. The computer as a problem-solving tool: algorithms, flowcharts and documentation. History of the computer, social issues and future trends. No credit if taken after CIS 10. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
CIS 10 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 5.0
Foundation course for business/computer information systems majors. Information and computer literacy concepts that include: hardware and components, system and application software, programming principles, applications of information technology and ethics. Exposure to word processing, presentation, and database software. Use of spreadsheets. Information systems development. Usage of the Internet, especially as a research tool. Total of 90 hours lecture.
 
CIS 11 OPERATING SYSTEMS THEORY AND PRACTICE 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Operating systems such as Windows XP, Linux, UNIX; memory management; concurrent processing and multiprogramming; backup and recovery; data and physical security; software installation; ethics. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 14 C++ PROGRAMMING 3.0
Prerequisite: CS 2; or CIS 10 and one of the following: CS 10,CIS36, CIS 64, CIS 66, CIS 134.
Foundations of C and C++. Operators, functions, arrays, pointers, structures, unions, classes, C++ data types, polymorphism, inheritance, encapsulation, virtual functions, templates, file processing, control structures, and an emphasis on object oriented program design. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
CIS 16 JAVA PROGRAMMING 3.0
Prerequisite: CS 2; or CIS 10 and one of the following: CS 10, CS 12, CS 43, CIS 14, CIS 34, CIS 36, CIS 64, CIS 66.
Foundations of the Java language: Classes, methods, operators, encapsulation, polymorphism, inheritance, dynamic binding, file processing, control structures, function overloading, use of AWT, creation and use of applets in Internet applications, and an emphasis on object oriented program design. No credit if taken after CIS 116. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
Transfer credit: CSU; UC
 
CIS 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: Minimum grades of C in 12 units of computer science or computer information systems courses.
Individual projects; problem formulation, design, documenting, programming and testing. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
CIS 22 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
General overview of computer systems, networking, and the Internet. World Wide Web, email, telnet, ftp, newsgroups, finding information on the Internet, and basic Web page creation. Legal, ethical, privacy and security issues on the Internet. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 30 NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS 3.0
Introduction to network applications; fundamental communication concepts; data communication hardware; protocols and software; microcomputers and communications; network configurations, management and security. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 31 DATABASE SYSTEMS 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of CIS 10.
Concepts of a database management system with emphasis on the relational model. Data independence, data security, data integrity, access control, database architecture, database sublanguages, data dictionary; future technology and trends. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 36 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL BASIC 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10
An introduction to programming using Visual Basic. Coverage will include: programming design tools, use of variables and constants, selection, looping, data validation, sub and function procedures, manipulating strings, and creating and accessing arrays. Also presented will be guidelines for application and user interface design and data file manipulation. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
CIS 38 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC 3.0
Prerequisite: One of the following: CIS 14, CIS 36, CIS 64, CIS 66, CS 2, CS 10, CS 12, CS 43.
Applications of advanced techniques in the use of VISUAL BASIC, such as user-friendly menus, internal program documentation and program structure. Subroutines, file manipulation, special functions, problem solving and graphics. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
CIS 40 UNIX ADMINISTRATION 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 11.
Understanding the UNIX operating system. Coverage of common installation and configuration issues in networking environments. Coverage of the UNIX architecture including the use of utilities, file handling, text editors, job control, and printing. Coverage of Telnet, FTP, Gopher, and other UNIX tools. Prepares students for Industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 50 SURVEY OF E-COMMERCE/E-BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Fundamentals of E-commerce technologies which will build student skills and knowledge in developing, designing and managing a business on the internet. Topics include, but are not limited to, current technical issues, such as internet, intranet, extranet, tools, and technology; and business issues such as the application of business concepts, current practice, and strategic opportunities that surround the emergence of e-commerce. Students will develop an understanding of technology infrastructure that enables e-commerce and the impact to e-commerce on business and the economy. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 55 INTRODUCTION TO E-BUSINESS PRACTICES 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Plan, design, build, tune, troubleshoot, secure, and manage a fully operational e-commerce site; client-server configuration, website evaluation strategies, electronic data interchange, revenue models, encryption, and security. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 60 E-COMMERCE FUNDAMENTALS 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Basic rules of business, law, and marketing will be expanded, contracted, and applied for E-commerce, as well as an investigation of rules created specifically for internet business. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 62 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 3.0
Case studies of solutions to a variety of realistic problem situations; identifying and applying constraints to determine feasibility; applying criteria to select the best solution from alternatives. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 66 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING 3.0
Prerequisite: CS 2 or CIS 10; and one of the following: CS 10, CS 12, CS 43, CIS 36, CIS 64, CIS 134.
Computer organization and data structures; machine instruction sets; macros; subroutines; input/output control system; binary, octal and hexidecimal numbers systems; 8088 assembly mnemonics. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
CIS 74 INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT ORIENTED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 16.
Introduction to object-oriented systems analysis and design using an object-oriented case tool. Determination of user system requirements. User/computer interface design. Class hierarchies, structures, and collaborations of objects. Class and interaction diagrams. Four lectures/problem-solving. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 80 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.0
IC3 Certification training and preparation. Includes an overview of computers as well as introduction to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Internet and E-mail. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CIS 114 MICROCOMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE EVALUATION 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 11.
Performance evaluation of computer systems based upon both hardware and software measurements. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 115 MICROCOMPUTER FIELD PRACTICE 2.0
Prerequisite: CIS 30 and maintain enrollment of 7 units or more including field practice.
Work in industry installing hardware and software; training users on uses of the microcomputer. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 180 hours field practice.
 
CIS 132 FOURTH GENERATION LANGUAGES 3.0
Prerequisite: Any other CIS course.
An introduction to common non-procedural languages with emphasis on SQL. Table creation, queries, reporting from files, building systems, accessing a database. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CIS 133 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS) 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
A comprehensive overview of LANs. Analysis of transmission media, systems architectures, and cost/benefit tradeoffs. Interconnectivity issues. Prepares students for Industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 135 CLIENT/SERVER DEVELOPMENT 1.0
Systems development guidelines and principles that govern the client/server environment, what they are, and how they are implemented. Practical solutions to building sound and stable client/server applications. Hardware and software components relevant to a client/server architecture and application implementation. Total of 18 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 136 TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET PROTOCOL (TCP/IP) 5.0
Prerequisite: CIS 137 or CIS 139.
Understanding the TCP/IP protocol suite. Coverage of common installation and configuration issues in networking environments. Coverage of the protocol's architecture including the use of utilities, addressing, bridging, routing and other topics. Discussion of common networking operating systems. Identification and evaluation of common network operating system resources. Prepares students for Industry-level certification. Total of 90 hours lecture.
 
CIS 137 WINDOWS WORKSTATION 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CIS 10.
Understanding the Windows Workstation operating system. Coverage of Windows Workstation architecture and features. Installation and configuration of Windows Workstation. Security, administration, and implementation in a networking environment. Prepares students for industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 138 ADMINISTERING WINDOWS DIRECTORY SERVICES 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 139.
Install, configure, administer, monitor and troubleshoot Windows 2000 Active Directory. Configure Domain Name System to manage name resolution. Use of Active Directory to centrally manage users, groups, shared folders, and network resources and administer the user environment and software with group policy. Implement and troubleshoot security in a directory services infrastructure. Monitor and optimize Active Directory performance. Deploying Windows 2000 using RIS. Prepares students for industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 139 WINDOWS SERVER 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 137.
Understanding the Windows Server operating system. Coverage of Windows Server architecture and features. Installation and configuration of Windows Server. Security, administration, and implementation in a networking environment. Managing groups, folders, files, and object security. Remote access and virtual private networks. Managing internet and network interoperability. Prepares students for industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 141 EXCHANGE SERVER 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 137 or CIS 139.
Install, configure, and administer Exchange Server. Installation and integration of clients. Develop an infrastructure for Exchange Server. Develop long-term administration strategies. Configure connectivity to a mail systems other then Exchange Server. Configure synchronization of directory information between Exchange Server and other mail systems. Configure directory replication. Manage site security, users, distribution lists, and the directory. Backup and restore the Exchange Server organization. Prepares students for Industry-level certification. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 142 ADMINISTERING MICROSOFT SQL SERVER DATABASES 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 139.
Install, configure, and support Microsoft SQL Server and database including, managing storage, setting up user accounts, assigning permissions, securing SQL Server, backing up and restoring databases, performing other administrative tasks, transferring data in and out of SQL Server databases, diagnosing system problems, and ensuring high-availability. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 161 NETWORK DESIGN AND INTERNETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISBasic network design and internetworking fundamental concepts with an emphasis on CISCO technology. The OSI model, industry protocol standards, use of IP addressing, subnet masks, and basic networking components. May not be taken concurrently with or after Eltn 161. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 162 ROUTER FUNDAMENTALS 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 161 or ELTN 161.
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISBasic router installation and configuration with an emphasis on CISCO technology. Network standards, dynamic routing, safety and regulatory issues, the use of networking software, and the care of networking hardware and software. May not be taken concurrently with or after Eltn 162. Total of 36 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 163 NETWORK DESIGN AND CONFIGURATION 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 162 or Eltn 162.
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISAdvanced knowledge and experience with switches, bridges and routers; local area networks (LAN); introduction of virtual local area networks (VLAN) design including configuration and operation maintenance. Novell networks, Internetwork Packet Exchange (IPX), routing and Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP), network management, security and troubleshooting with emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) examination. May not be taken concurrently with or after Eltn 163. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 164 WIDE AREA NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 163 or Eltn 163.
Interdisciplinary course: Electronics, CISInstruction and experience with wide area networks (WAN), integrated services data networks (ISDN), point-to-point protocols (PPP) and frame relay design, configuration and operational maintenance on routers. Network management and security. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) examination. May not be taken concurrently with or after Eltn 164. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 165 IMPLEMENTING CISCO IP ROUTING (ROUTE) 4.0
Prerequisite: CCNA Certificate or equivalent.
Recommended Preparation: CCNA Certificate.
Authorized Cisco Networking Academy semester course with lecture and hands-on lab. Advanced topic in Cisco routing including how to design, configure, maintain and scale routed networks that are growing in size and complexity. Using Cisco routers connected in LANs and WANs typically found at medium to large network sites. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) examination. Total of 54 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 166 CCNP: BUILDING CISCO REMOTE ACCESS NETWORKS 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 165.
How to design, configure, maintain, and scale a remote access network using Cisco routers and switches. Build and configure a remote access network to interconnect central sites to branch offices and home office/telecommuters, control access to the central site, and maximize bandwidth utilization over the remote links. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) examination. Total of 54 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 167 BUILDING CISCO MULTILAYER SWITCHED NETWORKS 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 165.
How to build and manage campus networks using multilayer switching technologies. Covers campus network design, VLANs, Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP), inter-VLAN routing, Multilayer Switching (MLS), Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF), Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP). Securing the switched network model, including setting passwords, local and remote login, modifying default privilege levels, and applying Layer 3 traffic management techniques to the campus network. Very detailed information regarding the role of switches in multicasting. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) examination. Total of 54 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 168 CISCO INTERNETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 167.
Diagnose, isolate, and correct network failures and performance problems. How to identify troubleshooting targets, use troubleshooting tools, and manage IP, IPX, AppleTalk, Catalyst, Frame Relay, and ISDN BRI connections. Emphasis toward preparing for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) examination. Total of 54 hours of lecture and 72 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 169 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY 5.0
Prerequisite: CIS 166.
Design and implement security solutions that will protect the network from outside attacks. Emphasis on security policy design and management, security technologies, products, and solutions, firewall and secure router design, installation, configuration, and maintenance, implementation of AAA and VPN using routers and firewalls. Maximum credit 10 units, 5 units each semester. Total of 72 hours of lecture and 90 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 169A CCNA SECURITY 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 165.
Design and implement security solutions that will protect the network from outside attacks. Emphasis on security policy design and management, security technologies, products, and solutions, firewall and secure router design, installation, configuration, and maintenance, implementation of AAA and VPN using routers and firewalls. A part of Cisco Networking Academy Program preparing students for CCSP (Cisco Certified Security Professional) certificate. Total of 72 hours of lecture and 54 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 169B NETWORK SECURITY 2 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 169A.
Focuses on the overall security process in a network including security policy design and management, security technologies, products, and solutions. Firewall and secure router design, installation, configuration, and maintenance along with intrusion prevention system implementation using routers and firewall will be covered. VPN implementation using routers and firewalls will be covered. A part of Cisco Networking Academy Program preparing students for CCSP (Cisco Certified Security Professional) certificate. Total of 72 hours of lecture and 54 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 170 CISCO IP TELEPHONY 4.0
Prerequisite: CIS 166.
Introduction to converged voice and data networks as well as the challenges faced by its various technologies. Presents Cisco solutions and implementation considerations to address those challenges. Total of 72 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 180 ORACLE DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CIS 31.
Oracle database architectural components including: configuring an Oracle server, managing an Oracle instance, creating an Oracle database, and defining the data dictionary's content and usage. Course also covers Oracle database security with an emphasis on roles and privileges. Total of 54 hours of lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 181 ORACLE SQL 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CIS 31.
Programming with Oracle SQL for defining, maintaining, and managing an Oracle database environment. Use of Oracle SQL to query databases, define tables, join tables, and manipulate table data. Creation of users, roles, and appropriate system and object database privileges. Total of 54 hours of lecture and 36 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 182 ORACLE PL/SQL 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CIS 181.
Programming using the Oracle procedural language (PL) extension in conjunction with SQL. Handling data in Oracle PL/SQL blocks. Creating PL/SQL processes and procedures. Utilizing Oracle PL/SQL functions, packages, and database triggers. Oracle database performance tuning. Total of 54 hours of lecture and 36 hours of laboratory.
 
CIS 183 ORACLE FORMS DEVELOPMENT 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CIS 181.
The Oracle Forms development environment. Programming techniques for developing data entry and query screens utilizing Oracle databases. Coverage of Oracle Forms objects, Forms Wizards. Form Builder, and Layout Editor. Application design using database triggers, menus, and multiple forms. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 190 WEB SERVER DEVELOPMENT 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 11 or CIS 136 or CIS 190.
Foundations of the Internet and the World Wide Web: Intranets, technical aspects of the Web, Internet and Web Servers, hypermedia, HTML, scripting languages, Web page development, basic data communication and networking, Web browsers, search engines, file transferring, email, FTP, HTTP, POP, SMTP, TCP/IP, URL's, Web Security, and emphasis on the development of a Web site. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
CIS 192 INTRODUCTION TO WEB AUTHORING 3.0
Prerequisite: CIS 10.
Interdisciplinary course: CIS, Graphic Communications TechnologyThe development guidelines and principles that govern the Web Designing and Publishing environment, what they are, and how they are implemented. Practical solutions to building multimedia-based Web pages/site and related topics. The main concepts of Internet and applications of telecommunication. An introduction to JavaScript and its application in HTML and emerging technologies. May not be taken concurrently with or after GRCOM 192. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
 
FASH 107A PATTERN DRAFTING 3.0
Prerequisite: Fash 1A and enrollment in or completion of Fash 108.
Drafting basic patterns. Flat pattern manipulation for a variety of designs. Construction of basic sloper and selected samples. Introduction to the application of computer patternmaking. Total of 36 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory.
 
FASH 107C ADVANCED PATTERN DRAFTING AND DRAPING 3.0
Prerequisite: Fash 1B, and 107A.
Patternmaking by flat pattern manipulation and draping on dress forms. Development of production patterns. Construction of samples of blouses, shirts, dresses and knits. Computer applications in grading the pattern size. Total of 36 hours lecture and 72 hours laboratory.
 
HOSP 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY 3.0
Overview of the structure and operation of the hospitality industry with an emphasis on hotels, restaurants, casinos, and resorts. History of the industry; relationship between various components of the hospitality industry. Career search and resume preparation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
HOSP 2 HOSPITALITY SUPERVISION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.0
Supervision of hospitality personnel through the application of management concepts and techniques, including planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling, delegation, and decision-making. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
HOSP 4 HOSPITALITY SANITATION, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES MANAGE 3.0
Introduction to food service sanitation and safety as it relates to hospitality management. Food-borne illness identification and its prevention, OSHAÆs current regulations, safety maintenance and prevention, basic first aid, fire control, safety and prevention. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
HOSP 101 HOSPITALITY INTERNSHIP 3.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 units or more, including field practice and enrollment in one or more required courses in the Hospitality Management program.
Approved professional broad-based work experience in the hospitality industry. Experience can be either paid or unpaid internship. Total of 270 hours field practice.
 
HOSP 130 HOSPITALITY MARKETING, SALES, AND ADVERTISING 3.0
Application of marketing principles and techniques in the hospitality industry. Emphasis on developing and understanding of consumers. Using consumer knowledge to provide value and create customer satisfaction while meeting financial goals, a focus on practical sales techniques proven approaches to selling to targeted markets and advertisingÆs role in sales. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 134 INTRODUCTION TO PARALEGAL STUDIES 3.0
The career as a paralegal. Relationship of attorney and paralegal in decision making and systems procedures. Introduction to law; composition, location and jurisdiction of courts; legal terminology; bibliography, social forces and effect of law. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 135A WILLS, TRUSTS, PROBATE ADMINISTRATION 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Overview of property, wills and general estate planning; overview of probate and probate court, guardianships, conservatorships, elder law, tax-related issues, probate alternatives; probate litigation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 135B WILLS, TRUSTS, PROBATE ADMINISTRATION 3.0
Prerequisite: Plgl 135A.
Probate administration and mechanics, summary administration, family allowance and homestead, estate planning and use of trusts. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 136 PROPERTY LAW, BANKRUPTCY AND CREDITORS RIGHTS 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Law of personal, real and community property, joint tenancy leases, deeds, contracts, escrows, deeds of trust; drafting problems in real estate transactions; systems of recording, search of public documents, bankruptcy laws and forms; creditorsÆ rights, debtorsÆ exemptions and secured transactions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 137 LEGAL WRITING AND DRAFTING 3.0
Prerequisite: Plgl 134 or 145A.
Advanced legal drafting and writing; special research and projects. Preparation of course papers; general papers. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 138 PARALEGAL STUDIES FIELD PRACTICE 4.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 units or more including field practice and in Paralegal Studies curriculum.
Supervised field experience or employment in legal office leading to training in systems approach for paralegals (legal assistants). Total of 360 hours field practice.
 
LEGAL 139 TORT LAW AND CLAIMS INVESTIGATION 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Intentional torts and negligence, including insurance claims procedures; evaluation of personal injury claims and pleadings used in law offices either in settlement or litigation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 140 FAMILY LAW AND DISSOLUTION PROCEDURES 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Law and procedure relative to marriage, dissolution, adoption and community property. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 141 CIVIL AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Rules of civil and criminal evidence and the admissibility of such evidence in court, deposition comprehension and interrogatory summarizing. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 142 LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES AND ETHICS 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Basic objectives of law office management procedures. Coordination of operational skills in a law office. Ethics of the legal profession and the judiciary. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 143 WORKER'S COMPENSATION LAW 3.0
Background of WorkerÆs Compensation Law. Relevant statutory and case law, substantive and procedural issues including compensability, benefit structure and tort law relationships of WorkerÆs Compensation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 145A LEGAL RESEARCH 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Introduction to the technical skills of legal research. Use of a case digest, interpretation of statutes, Shepardizing authorities, prioritizing authorities. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 145B COMPUTER AIDED RESEARCH 1.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134 and 145A.
On-line computer research with West Publishing Company. Composing queries, researching case law, statutes, and legal periodicals with the computer. Total of 9 hours lecture and 27 hours laboratory.
 
LEGAL 146 COMPUTER USE FOR THE LAW OFFICE 2.0
Prerequisite: Plgl 134.
An introduction to computer use in the law office. Applications will include software for judicial council form applications, jury instruction preparation, billing and accounting, legal calendaring, word processing applications for legal document preparation. Recommended basic word processing skills. Total of 36 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
LEGAL 148 IMMIGRATION LAW 3.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Plgl 134.
Historical background; administration of immigration law; citizenship and nationality; immigration preference system; non-immigrants; visas; removal; refugees and asylum. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
LEGAL 150 PARALEGAL STUDIES GRADUATE SEMINAR 1.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of final semester of Paralegal Studies courses.
A course designed to help students bridge the gap between the educational institution and working field. Resume writing, interviewing for employment, application writing. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
MRKTG 20 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3.0
An introductory course to acquaint students with the business practices involved in the activities of moving goods and services from the producer to the ultimate consumer. Additional areas of interest include retailing, wholesaling, new product decisions, pricing, marketing research. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
MRKTG 123 ADVERTISING 3.0
Survey of advertising; major media and relationship of advertising to economy. Market research, copy layout, graphics, and art production. Coordinating and planning advertising campaigns. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
MRKTG 125 MERCHANDISING 3.0
Types of retail outlets, store organizations, store location, selling and retail advertising. Basic principles of retailing introduced in student projects. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
MRKTG 128 MARKETING FIELD PRACTICE 3.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 units or more including field practice and one or more courses in a Business Management curriculum.
Supervised work experience in any firm engaged in the distribution of goods and/or services. Minimum of 15 hours of related work. Total of 270 hours field practice.
 
STAT 15 STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 4.0
Prerequisite: Bus 14A or placement based on the Business assessment process.
(Business and Computer Technology Division)Descriptive and inferential statistics. Collection, analysis and presentation of business and economic data using frequency distributions, charts, number summaries and other graphic methods: Measures of central tendency, deviation and distribution shape. Basic probability theory and operations. Discrete and continuous distributions : Normal, binomial, hypergeometric, Poisson, chi square and F. Sampling theory, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing (large and small samples,) analysis of variance, covariance, correlation, regression, and non-parametric methods using calculators and computers. No credit if taken after Stat 18 or 50. Total of 72 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU