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1 Moreno Valley College Norco College Riverside City College

2 Dr. Sandra Mayo Dr. Paul Parnell Dr. Cynthia Azari President President President Moreno Valley College Norco College Riverside City College Lasselle Street 2001 Third Street 4800 Magnolia Avenue Moreno Valley, CA Norco, CA Riverside, CA Dr. Gregory W. Gray Chancellor, Riverside Community College District Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees Janet Green Virginia Blumenthal Samuel Davis President Vice President Secretary Mark Takano Mary Figueroa Noemi Jubaer Member Member Student Trustee, This project was funded fully or in part by Carl D. Perkins CTE Act of 2006 grant no. 12-C awarded to Riverside Community College District and administered by the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office. The Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, sex or gender, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law. This holds true for all students who are interested in participating in educational programs, including career and technical education programs, and/or extracurricular school activities. Limited English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation in any program. Harassment of any employee/student with regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, sex or gender, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law, is strictly prohibited. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the district s Title IX Officer/Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Ms. Chani Beeman, 450 E. Alessandro Blvd., Riverside, CA 92508, (951) The intent of this handbook is to promote career and technical programs and not to replace RCCD s College Catalogs. As such, it does not carry catalog rights. Industry sector information was obtained from the California Community Colleges website:

3 Where to f ind information in this book 1 General Information Moreno Valley College General Information Norco College General Information Riverside City College General Information How to Use This Book... 9 Steps to Enroll at RCCD...15 Awards (Certificates, Degrees, and Graduation) Articulated Coursework Work Experience Map Program and Industry Sector Information (alphabetical listing) Accounting Program Info Administration of Justice Program Info Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Program Info...17 Applied Digital Media and Printing Program Info...12 Architecture Program Info Arts, Media and Entertainment Industry Sector Automotive Technology Program Info Basic Electronic Prepress Program Info...12 Basic Graphic Design Program Info...12 Building Trades and Construction Industry Sector Business Management Program Info Commercial Music Program Info...12 Community Interpretation Program Info Computer Applications and Office Technology Program Info Computer Information Systems Program Info Construction Technology Program Info...17 Cosmetology Program Info Culinary Arts Program Info Dental Assistant Program Info Dental Hygiene Program Info Digital Media/Motion Graphics Program Info...13 Drafting Technology Program Info Early Childhood Studies Program Info Education, Child Development, and Family Services Industry Sector Emergency Medical Services Program Info Engineering and Design Industry Sector Engineering Technology Program Info Exercise, Sport and Wellness Program Info Film Production Program Info...13 Finance and Business Industry Sector Fire Technology Program Info Game Art General Business Program Info Health Science and Medical Technology Industry Sector Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Industry Sector Human Resources Program Info Human Services Program Info Information Technology Industry Sector International Business Program Info Logistics Management Program Info Management Program Info Manufacturing and Product Development Industry Sector Manufacturing Technology Program Info Marketing Program Info Marketing, Sales, and Service Industry Sector Medical Assistant and Transcription Program Info New Media and Interactive Design Program Info...12 Nursing Program Info Paralegal Studies Program Info Paramedic Program Info Photography Program Info...14 Physician Assistant Program Info Public Service Industry Sector Real Estate Program Info Registered Nursing Program Info Retail Management Program Info Sign Language Interpreting Program Info Simulation and Gaming Program Info...14 Sound Engineering Program Info...13 Speech Language Pathology Program Info Television Production Program Info...13 Transportation Industry Sector Vocational Nursing Program Info Welding Work Experience... 49

4 2 Moreno Valley College Invest in your future... On March 1, 2010 the California Community Colleges Board of Governors officially recognized Moreno Valley College as the 111th Community College in the state of California. Having received initial accreditation on January 29, 2010 from the Association for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Colleges, Moreno Valley College met the standards of an independent two year college. Moreno Valley College is now part of a multi-college district of the Riverside Community College District alongside Riverside City College and Norco College. Moreno Valley College is fast becoming the health education center of choice in the Inland Empire with strong programs in health sciences, human, and public services. The public safety education and training program, which is an educational partner with the Riverside County Sheriff s Department and Riverside County Fire Department, has received initial approval by the State to prepare for center status designation at the Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center, a Riverside County owned facility. Each semester more than 7,000 students pursue associates degrees, transfer to a four-year college or university, or a career certificate that qualifies them to enter their chosen field. Responsive to the educational needs of its region, Moreno Valley College offers academic programs and student support services which include baccalaureate transfer, professional, preprofessional, and pre-collegiate curricula for all who can benefit from them. Lifelong learning opportunities are provided, especially in health and public service preparation.... train for a career that changes lives. Moreno Valley College Services Admissions & Records Assessment Center Bookstore CalWORKs Independent Living Program Career & Transfer Center Counseling Disabled Student Programs/Services Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) Matriculation Middle College High School (MCHS) Outreach Student Employment Student Financial Services Tutorial Services Student Support Services Veterans Services Health Services

5 Moreno Valley College 3 Contact Information CTE Certificates and Degrees and Program Contact Information Arts, Media & Entertainment Certificates and Degrees CIS: Simulation and Gaming: Game Art Education, Child Development, and Family Services Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education: Assistant Teacher Early Childhood Education: Early Childhood Intervention Asst. Early Childhood Education: Infant & Toddler Specialization Early Childhood Education: Twelve Core Finance and Business Business Administration: Accounting Concentration Business Administration: General Business Concentration Business Administration: Management Concentration Health Science and Medical Technology Health, Human and Public Services Department (HHPS) Dental Assistant Dental Hygiene Emergency Medical Services: Emergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Services: Paramedic Dental Assisting: Medical Assisting: Administrative/Clinical Dental Hygiene: Medical Assisting: Transcription Physician Assistant Medical Assisting: Speech Language Pathology Assistant Physician Assistant: Information Technology CIS: Computer Applications CIS: Computer Programming CIS: Web Master Web Designer CIS: Web Master Web Developer Marketing, Sales and Service Business Administration: Marketing Concentration Business Administration: Real Estate Concentration Public Service Administration of Justice/Law Enforcement Training Programs Administration of Justice Administration of Justice: Basic Correctional Deputy Academy Administration of Justice: Basic Public Safety Dispatch Administration of Justice: Law Enforcement Fire Technology: Community Interpretation Fire Technology Fire Technology: Chief Officer Community Interpretation: Fire Technology: Fire Officer Fire Technology: Firefighter Academy Human Services Emergency Medical Services: Human Services: Employment Support Specialization

6 4 Norco College Not all degrees lead to successful careers... ours do. Career & Technical Education at Norco College provides technical and academic skills designed to prepare learners to pursue a successful career in an increasingly competitive job market, further educational opportunity, and promote lifelong learning. We equip our students with the knowledge and skills to attain their goals in r, career/technical, and continuing education; workforce development; and personal enrichment. Meeting the evolving needs of a global community, Norco College is your choice for a forward-looking, technology-based education that will allow you to achieve the future you imagine. Dedicated and caring faculty and staff on our 141-acre campus serve over 10,000 students each year; preparing them to enter the workforce fully prepared for the career they have chosen, transfer to four-year universities, or both! Norco College offers dozens of associate degrees and technical certificates with an occupational emphasis. Programs for which Norco is especially noted include: Automated Systems Technician Commercial Music: Performance Drafting Engineering Logistics Management Manufacturing Real Estate Simulation and Gaming: Game Art Supply Chain Technology Each of these programs prepares learners for competitive entry into these fields. Associate of science degree programs require completion of at least 60 units of credit, which normally will take four semesters. Certificate programs, many of which lead to an associate of science degree, vary in the number of units required. Most can be completed in two semesters. Transform personal interest into professional success: Learn more about Norco College today! Norco College Services Admissions & Records Assessment Center Bookstore CalWORKs Career & Job Placement Center Counseling & Transfer Disability Resource Center Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)/ Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Health & Psychological Services Employment Placement Services & Resources Services-Resources.aspx Student Activities Student Employment www. norcocollege.edu/services/employment/ Student Financial Services www. norcocollege.edu/services/studentfinancialservices/ TRiO Student Support Services & RISE TRiO Upward Bound / Tutorial Services Services.aspx Veterans Services

7 Norco College 5 CTE Certificates and Degrees and Program Contact Information Contact Information Certificates and Degrees Arts, Media & Entertainment Simulation & Game Development: CIS: Simulation and Gaming Commercial Music Simulation & Game Development: Game Art Core Commercial Music: Simulation & Game Development: Game Art: 3D Animation Simulation & Game Development: Game Art: Character Modeling Simulation & Game Development: Game Art: Environments and Vehicles; Game Audio; Game Design Building Trades and Construction Construction Technology Education, Child Development, and Family Services Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education: Assistant Teacher Early Childhood Education: Infant and Toddler Specialization Early Childhood Education: Twelve Core Early Childhood Intervention Asst. Engineering and Design Architectural Graphics Architecture Drafting Technology Electronics Technology Engineering Graphics Engineering Technology Engineering: Civil Engineering Technician Finance and Business Business Administration: Accounting Concentration Accounting/General Business: Business Administration: General Business Concentration Business Administration: Human Resources Concentration Human Resources/Management: Business Administration: Logistics Management Concentration Business Administration: Management Concentration Logistics: Information Technology Computer Information Systems: C++ Programming Computer Information Systems: Computer Applications Computer Information Systems: Computer Programming Computer Information Systems: Desktop Publishing Computer Information Systems: Java Programming Computer Information Systems: Web Master Web Designer Computer Information Systems: Web Master Web Developer Marketing, Sales and Service Business Administration: Marketing Concentration Business Administration: Real Estate Concentration Business Administration: Real Estate Salesperson & Transaction Retail Management/ Western Association of Food Chains Manufacturing and Product Development Manufacturing: Automated Systems Technician Manufacturing: Computer-Aided Production Technology Public Service Coming Soon... CNC Programming, Digital Electronics and Supply Chain Technology For more information, call Administration of Justice Administration of Justice: Crime Scene Investigation Administration of Justice: Investigative Assistant

8 6 Riverside City College Start here and go anywhere... Riverside City College is the most dynamic and diverse college in the Inland Empire. From its opening in 1916 on the site of the former Poly High School, Riverside City College has grown to be one of California s leading community colleges and is a landmark in downtown Riverside. The College prides itself on providing a dynamic learning environment with high tech learning centers located throughout the campus. The newest addition to the College is a 137,000 square foot Nursing and Science building, home to our College of Nursing. Coming soon is the new Riverside Culinary Academy now being built just down the road from the campus at the corner of Market Street and University Avenue. Known throughout the region for its career and technical education programs, Riverside City College provides the necessary education and training that prepares students to compete in an increasingly competitive job market. Partnering with hundreds of local employers, the College has successfully assisted CTE program graduates in job placement. Whether you are just beginning college, advancing in your current career, or looking to make a change, let Riverside City College help to accelerate your career journey. We offer a broad range of programs to meet your needs. You can choose from more than 80 certificate and/or degree patterns in 11 different industry sectors, the largest selection among Riverside Community College District s three colleges. Riverside City College Services... the possibilities are endless. Admissions & Records (951) Assessment Center (951) Bookstore (951) Cal WORKs (951) Career & Transfer Center (951) Counseling (951) Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) (951) Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) (951) Gateway to College (951) Health Services (951) Independent Living Program (951) CTE Job Placement (951) Outreach (951) Student Employment Student Financial Services (951) Tutorial Services (951) Veterans Services (951)

9 Riverside City College 7 Contact Information CTE Certificates and Degrees and Program Contact Information Applied Digital Media and Printing: Film, Television and Video Production: Photography: or Air Conditioning and Refrigeration: Early Childhood Education: Business Administration: Nursing: Arts, Media & Entertainment Building Trades and Construction Education, Child Development, and Family Services Finance and Business Health Science and Medical Technology Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation Certificates and Degrees Applied Digital Media & Printing Applied Digital Media: Basic Elec. Prepress Applied Digital Media: Basic Graphic Design Applied Digital Media: New Media and Interactive Design Film, TV & Video: Basic TV Production Film, TV and Video: Production Specialist Photography Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education: Assistant Teacher Early Childhood Education: Infant & Toddler Specialization Early Childhood Education: Twelve Core Early Childhood Intervention Asst. Bank Operations Business Administration: Accounting Concentration Business Administration: Banking & Finance Concentration Business Administration: General Business Concentration Business Administration: Human Resources Concentration Business Administration: Insurance Business Administration: Management Concentration Business Administration: Operations & Production Management Critical Care Nurse Nursing Assistant Registered Nursing Vocational Nursing Cosmetology: Cosmetology Cosmetology: Esthetician Cosmetology: Instructor Training Culinary: Cosmetology Business Administration: Entrepreneurial Concentration Cosmetology Business Administration: Management & Supervision Concentration Culinary Arts Kinesiology/Exercise, Sport & Wellness: Kinesiology/Exercise, Sport & Wellness: Athletic Training Emphasis Kinesiology/Exercise, Sport & Wellness: Coaching Emphasis Kinesiology/Exercise, Sport & Wellness: Fitness Professions Emphasis

10 8 Riverside City College Contact Information CTE Certificates and Degrees and Program Contact Information Computer Applications & Office Tech: Computer Information Systems: Welding Technology: Business Administration: Administration of Justice: Paralegal: Sign Language Interpreting: Automotive Technology: Information Technology Certificates and Degrees Computer Applications and Office Technology: Administrative Office Professional Computer Applications and Office Technology: Executive Office Management Computer Applications and Office Technology: Executive Office Professional Computer Applications and Office Technology: Legal Administrative Professional Computer Applications and Office Technology: Office Assistant Computer Applications and Office Technology: Office Fast Track Computer Applications and Office Technology: Virtual Assistant Computer Information Systems: C++ Programming Computer Information Systems: CISCO Networking Computer Information Systems: Computer Applications Computer Information Systems: Computer Programming Computer Information Systems: E-Commerce Computer Information Systems: Java Programming Computer Information Systems: Relational Database Management Computer Information Systems: Systems Development Computer Information Systems: Web Master-Web Design Computer Information Systems: Web Master-Web Developer Manufacturing and Product Development Marketing, Sales and Service Public Service Transportation Welding Technology Welding Technology: Stick Welding (SMAW) Welding Technology: TIG Welding (GTAW) Welding Technology/Wire Welding (FCAW, GMAW) Business Administration: International Business Business Administration: Marketing Concentration Business Administration: Real Estate Concentration Retail Management/ Western Association of Food Chains Administration of Justice Administration of Justice: Crime Scene Investigation Administration of Justice: Investigative Assistant Administration of Justice: Victim Services Aide Human Services Human Services: Employment Support Specialization Paralegal Studies Sign Language Interpreting Automotive Technology: Auto Body Repair Automotive Technology: Electrical Automotive Technology: Mechanical Automotive Technology: Trim & Upholstery

11 How to use this book 9 How to use this book The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Handbook is designed to provide information regarding CTE programs at Riverside Community College District s three colleges: Moreno Valley College, Norco College, and Riverside City College. This handbook serves as a guide for prospective CTE students as well as current students. Colleges Certain programs are offered at specific colleges. The following symbols represent which college offers the CTE program: M Moreno Valley College N Norco College R Riverside City College Industry Sectors The state of California has identified 15 Industry Sectors. Each sector contains multiple career pathways. Riverside Community College District offers a variety of CTE programs in 12 of those industry sectors. This handbook is organized alphabetically by industry sector. In each industry sector section of the handbook, students will find a brief introduction to the sector, sample jobs and wages, an estimated educational preparation timeline (ranging from several months to six or more years), and links to websites where students may obtain additional information about occupations within these industry sectors. Students will also find a brief description of the programs offered at our three colleges, sample skills or personal interests that may spark a student s interest in the program, and the coursework required to obtain certain certificates and degrees (or program awards). Where available, the average cost of the program and student completion statistics are also disclosed. Program Awards Each of the programs highlighted in this handbook lead to some type of award/degree. There are three types of awards for CTE programs and they differ from program to program: Associate of Science Degree State Approved Certificate (Certificate of Achievement) Locally-Approved Certificate (Certificate of Career Preparation) Students pursuing a degree in a CTE program should always see a counselor to develop an educational plan. Special Program Admission Some programs have special application processes, prerequisites, registration dates, program start dates, or other requirements. Students interested in seeking admission to one of these programs are encouraged to contact the program department for the most up-to-date information about special requirements, as dates listed in this handbook may change after the handbook is printed.

12 10 Arts, Media & Entertainment The Arts, Media, and Entertainment industry sector is big business in California. This dynamic sector is relevant statewide, with most of the major employers concentrated in the southern part of the state. It offers jobs that require a vast range of creative and technical knowledge and skills. A June 2011 national study reports that this industry is expected to grow by 11% through Flexibility and adaptability to a rapidly changing professional landscape are key elements to an individual s ultimate success in a career in arts, media, and entertainment. Applied Digital Media Artistic and computer savvy, you are already imagining ways you would lay out this page differently. Whether you were putting your talents to use on the school yearbook or on your family s annual holiday letter, you ve always had an eye for creating something that is visually appealing. Computer hardware and software will be important tools in your work, as will teamwork and excellent communication skills. You ll learn to use color, type, illustration, photography, animation, and various print and layout techniques to effectively capture your viewers attention. Commercial Music Do you enjoy making music or the excitement of performing on stage? Do you find yourself tapping your feet to the beat of whatever music you hear? If there isn t a song playing on your ipod, there s always one playing in your head. You find music in everything, even the sounds of nature or the rhythm of a jackhammer tearing up the street. Whether you re mixing it up on stage or recording and mixing it down in the studio, in front of an audience or behind the scenes, the field of commercial music is highly competitive and it requires talent, teamwork, and dedication to find success.

13 Arts, Media & Entertainment 11 Below are occupations in the Arts, Media and Entertainment industry sector that our colleges prepare students for. The average hourly range is based on Riverside County data ( To further explore these careers, go to and search using the SOC code provided. 4 years or more of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $39.15 Art Directors ( ) Multi-media Artists and Animators ( ) Music Directors and Composers ( ) Producers and Directors ( ) 2-4 years of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $46.11 Broadcast Technicians ( ) Cost Estimators ( ) Desktop Publishers ( ) Film and Video Editors ( ) Graphic Designers ( ) 1-2 years of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $44.53 Entertainers/Sports/Related Workers ( ) Musicians and Singers ( ) Other jobs in this industry sector include: Prepress Technicians and Workers Print Binding and Finishing Workers Printing Press Operators Web Developers Raise the Curtain on a new career! Film, Television and Video Creative and expressive, a communicator with a vision you re full of ideas, love working with a team and using the latest technology as your tool. Television production has always been an exciting and fast-paced field for the creative and energetic, but innovations in computer and broadband technologies have produced an explosion of opportunity in this dynamic field. Photography You never go anywhere without your camera. Everything you see is a photo waiting to be captured. Images are everywhere; major events and sunny days are not the only times to use one s photographic skills. Photographers produce and preserve images by painting a picture, telling a story, or recording an event. Photography requires both technical skill and expertise combined with artistic creativity. Simulation and Gaming You were playing computer games before you could ride a bike. Simulation and video game development is about creating characters and developing the problems they face in an artistic story format. You will develop characters and establish how they will react in various situations and special environments, including components driving the characters through the story. You will use artistry in a range of techniques from hand-drawn figures to 3D animated models.

14 12 Arts, Media & Entertainment Applied Digital Media and Printing (R) Required Courses (34 units) ADM-1 Introduction to Applied Digital Media 3 ADM-30 Contemporary Topics in Applied Digital Media 1 ADM-55 Management & Estimating in the Graphics/Design Industry 3 ADM-58 Paper & Inks for Multi-purposed Design 1 ADM-63 Adobe InDesign 3 ADM-70 Project Design & Production 3 ADM-71 Adobe Photoshop 3 ADM-80 Introductory Digital Darkroom 3 ADM-85 Beginning Offset Presswork 3 ADM-89 Applied Digital Media Portfolio 1 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) 10 Average cost: $1615 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: less than 10 The following certificates may lead to employment competency, but do not lead to an associate in science degree: Basic Electronic Prepress (R) Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (17 units) ADM-1 Introduction to Applied Digital Media 3 ADM-63 Adobe InDesign 3 ADM-64 Ethics & Legalities of Digital Manipulation 1 ADM-65 Cross Platform File Management 1 ADM-71 Adobe PhotoShop 3 ADM-80 Introductory Digital Darkroom 3 ADM-85 Beginning Offset Presswork 3 Average cost: $799 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: 18 Total # of students completing in normal time: 0 Students completing with student loan debt: 0 Basic Graphic Design (R) Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (17 units) ADM-1 Introduction to Applied Digital Media 3 ADM-63 Adobe InDesign 3 ADM-64 Ethics & Legalities of Digital Manipulation 1 ADM-65 Cross Platform File Management 1 ADM-71 Adobe PhotoShop 3 ADM-77A Adobe Illustrator 3 ART-22 Basic Design 3 Average cost: $799 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: 12 Total # of students completing in normal time: 0 Students completing with student loan debt: 0 New Media and Interactive Design (R) Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (17 units) ADM-64 Ethics & Legalities of Digital Manipulation 1 ADM-67 Web Animation with Flash 3 ADM-68 3D Animation with Maya I 3 ADM-69 Motion Graphics and Compositing with After Effects 3 ADM-71 Adobe PhotoShop 3 ADM-74 Dreamweaver for Graphic Designers 3 ADM-89 Applied Digital Media Portfolio 1 Commercial Music Performance (N) Required Courses (32 units) MUC-1 Performance Techniques for Studio Recording (take 3 times/2 units) 6 MUC-7 Introduction To Music Technology 3 MUS-3 Fundamentals of Music 4 MUS-32 Class Piano 1 MUS-38 NEW Beginning Applied Music Training (take 3 times/2 units) 6 MUS-65 Basic Musicianship 2 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) 10

15 Arts, Media & Entertainment 13 Film, Television and Video Production Specialist (R) Required Courses (29 units) FTV-38 Telecommunications Production Project 3 FTV-41 Introduction to Telecommunications 3 FTV-42 Writing for Broadcast Television & Radio 3 FTV-43 Television Studio & Equipment 3 FTV-44 Introduction to Television Production 3.5 FTV-45 Television News Production 3.5 FTV-51 Telecommunications Laboratory 1 In addition, choose and complete courses from one EMPHASIS below: 9 Digital Media/Motion Graphics Emphasis Select another 9 units from the following: FTV-52 Telecommunications Laboratory 2 FTV-60 Overview of Digital Media 3 FTV-64 Digital Editing Principles & Techniques 3 FTV-66 Advanced Digital Editing 3 FTV-73 Introduction to Pro Tools Digital Audio Recording 3 FTV-74 Production Planning & Management 3 FTV-200 Telecommunications Work Experience ADM-68 3D Animation with Maya 3 ADM-69 Motion Graphics & Compositing with After Effects 3 ADM-71 Adobe Photoshop 3 ART-22 Basic Design 3 ART-23 Design & Color 3 ART-36 Computer Art 3 PHO-8 Introduction to Photography 3 Film Production Emphasis Select another 9 units from the following: FTV 12 History of Film 3 FTV-48 Short Film Production 3 FTV-52 Telecommunications Laboratory 2 FTV-64 Digital Editing Principles & Techniques 3 FTV-65 The Director s Art in Filmmaking 3 FTV-66 Advanced Digital Editing 3 FTV-68 Story Development Process in the Entertainment Industry 3 FTV-69 Script Supervising for Television & Film 3 FTV-70 Scriptwriting Software using Final Draft 1 FTV-72 Introduction to Lighting Design for Film & Television 3 FTV-73 Introduction to Pro Tools Digital Audio Recording 3 FTV-74 Production Planning & Management 3 FTV-200 Telecommunications Work Experience ADM-68 3D Animation with Maya 3 ADM-69 Motion Graphics & Compositing with After Effects 3 ADM-71 Adobe Photoshop 3 ENG-38 Introduction to Screenwriting 3 PHO-8 Introduction to Photography 3 THE-5 Theatre Practicum 3 Sound Engineering Emphasis Select another 9 units from the following: FTV -11 Sound Recording & Reinforcement Techniques 3 FTV-52 Telecommunications Laboratory 2 FTV-63 Multimedia Sound Design Techniques 3 FTV-64 Digital Editing Principles & Techniques 3 FTV-65 The Director s Art in Filmmaking 3 FTV-66 Advanced Digital Editing 3 FTV-71 Sound Engineering for Audio in Media 3 FTV-73 Introduction to Pro Tools Digital Audio Recording 3 FTV-74 Production Planning & Management 3 FTV-200 Telecommunications Work Experience MUS-8A Introduction to MIDI & Digital Audio 3 Television Production Emphasis Select another 9 units from the following: FTV-52 Telecommunications Laboratory 2 FTV-64 Digital Editing Principles & Techniques 3 FTV-66 Advanced Digital Editing 3 FTV-67 Introduction to Video Production 2 FTV-69 Script Supervising for Television & Film 3 FTV-70 Scriptwriting Software using Final Draft 1 FTV-73 Introduction to Pro Tools Digital Audio Recording 3 FTV-74 Production Planning & Management 3 FTV-200 Telecommunications Work Experience ADM-68 3D Animation with Maya 3 ADM-69 Motion Graphics & Compositing with After Effects 3 ADM-71 Adobe Photoshop 3 JOU-1 Introduction to Journalism 3 JOU-7 Mass Communications 3 PHO-8 Introduction to Photography 3 THE-5 Theatre Practicum 3 Average cost: $1,385 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: less than 10 The following certificate may lead to employment competency, but does not lead to an associate in science degree: Basic Television Production (R) Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (17 units) FTV-38 Telecommunications Production Project 3 FTV-42 Writing for Broadcast Television & Radio 3 FTV-43 Television Studio & Equipment 3 FTV-44 Television Production 3.5 FTV-45 Television News Production 3.5 FTV-51 Telecommunications Laboratory 1 Average cost: $629 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: less than 10

16 14 Arts, Media & Entertainment Photography (R) Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (18 units) PHO-8 Introduction to Photography 3 or PHO-20 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 and PHO-9 Intermediate Photography 3 PHO-10 Advanced Photography 3 PHO-12 Photojournalism 3 PHO-14 Lighting for Portraiture 3 PHO-17 Introduction to Color Photography 3 Average cost: $845 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: 11 Total # of students completing in normal time: 0 Students completing with student loan debt: 0 Simulation and Gaming: Game Art (MN) Required Courses (36 units) CIS/GAM-35 Intro to Simulation & Game Development 3 CIS/GAM-38A Simulation & Gaming/3D Modeling 4 CIS/GAM-38B Simulation & Gaming/3D Animation 4 CIS/GAM-38C Simulation & Gaming/3D Dynamics & Rendering 4 CIS/CAT-78A Introduction to Adobe Photoshop 3 ART-17 Beginning Drawing 3 ART-18 Intermediate Drawing 3 ART-22 Basic Design 3 ART-40 Figure Drawing 3 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) /2011 statistics were not available as of publication. For most current information, please go to: Game Art: 3D Animation (N) NEW Normal Completion Time: 24 months Required Courses (40 units) ART-17 Beginning Drawing 3 ART-44 Animation 3 CIS-54A Introduction to Flash 3 GAM-31 Introduction to 3D Modeling 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-42 Photoshop for Game Art and Animation 3 GAM-44 Portfolio Production 2 GAM-47 Introduction to 3D Animation 3 GAM-48 3D Character Animation 3 GAM-70 Computer Skills for Game Art 1 GAM-71 Perspective for Game and Animation 3 GAM-72 Anatomy for Game Art 3 GAM-73 Storyboarding for Games 3 GAM-79 Game Studio Production 4 Game Art: Character Modeling (N) Normal Completion Time: 24 months Required Courses (37 units) NEW ART-17 Beginning Drawing 3 GAM-31 Introduction to 3D Modeling 3 GAM-32 Designing Game Characters 3 GAM-33 Advanced Digital Sculpting 3 GAM-34 Character Rigging 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-42 Photoshop for Game Art and Animation 3 GAM-44 Portfolio Production 2 GAM-45 Materials and Lighting 3 GAM-70 Computer Skills for Game Art 1 GAM-71 Perspective for Game and Animation 3 GAM-72 Anatomy for Game Art 3 GAM-79 Game Studio Production 4 NEW Game Art: Environments and Vehicles (N) Required Courses (31 units) ART-17 Beginning Drawing 3 GAM-31 Introduction to 3D Modeling 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-42 Photoshop for Game Art and Animation 3 GAM-44 Portfolio Production 2 GAM-45 Materials and Lighting 3 GAM-46 Environment and Vehicle Modeling 3 GAM-49 Game Modeling and Texturing 3 GAM-70 Computer Skills for Game Art 1 GAM-71 Perspective for Game and Animation 3 GAM-79 Game Studio Production 4 Game Audio (N) NEW Normal Completion Time: 24 months Required Courses (37 units) CIS-5 Fundamentals of Programming Logic Using C++ 3 GAM-21 History of Video Games 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-44 Portfolio Production 2 GAM-79 Game Studio Production 4 MUC-3 Introduction to Pro Tools: MIDI and Audio Production 3 MUC-4 Intermediate Pro Tools: MUC-5 Sound Design I 3 MUC-6 Sound Design II 3 MUC-8 Composing Music for Video Games 3 MUS-3 Music Fundamentals 4 Electives (See college catalog for ist of elective courses) 3 Game Design (N) NEW Required Courses (30 units) GAM-21 History of Video Games 3 GAM-22 Game Design Principles 3 GAM-23 Digital Game Design 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-37 Beginning Level Design for Computer Games 3 GAM-44 Portfolio Production 2 GAM-79 Game Studio Production 4 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) 9

17 Arts, Media & Entertainment 15 Game Art Core (N) NEW Normal Completion Time: 12 months Required Courses (16 units) ART-17 Beginning Drawing 3 GAM-31 Introduction to 3D Modeling 3 GAM-35 Introduction to Simulation and Game Development 3 GAM-42 Photoshop for Game Art and Animation 3 GAM-70 Computer Skills for Game Art 1 GAM-71 Perspective for Game and Animation 3 *Please see the college catalog for additional offerings in Art and Music. Steps to Enroll 1. Apply Online 2. Apply for Financial Aid 3. Take the Assessment Test 4. Complete Online Orientation 5. Complete First Semester Educational Plan (SEP) 6. Submit Transcripts 7. Activate Your RCCD Account 8. Register for Classes Admission to Riverside Community College District is regulated by state law as prescribed in the California Education Code. Individuals wishing to enroll should submit their application on-line and then follow all the necessary steps to complete the enrollment process. For further information, go to:

18 16 Building, Trades & Construction Go Green! Fueled by concerns about energy, greenhouse gas emissions and indoor air quality, an explosion of interest in green building is creating new job opportunities in the construction industry. A 2008 report from McGraw Hill Construction, The Green Outlook: Trends Driving Change, notes that the size of the national green building market has expanded five-fold over the last three years, and is projected to triple again in the next five years, reaching $96-$140 billion. As the first state to enact a Green Building Code, and the home of numerous local governments that have mandated green standards for new construction, California is poised to set the standard for greening of residential and commercial structures. Training in green building and construction jobs is crucial if the state is to make the most of the current potential for economic growth and increased sustainability. Men and women from all sectors of California s diverse student and working populations can gain access to a range of high-paying jobs that also offer the reward of tangible and immediate impact on environmental quality. Air Conditioning You love taking things apart and putting them back together. Knowing how machines operate and solving puzzles is important to you. Air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, and electrical professions are about improving our lives. Our world could not function without the talents and skills of the technicians who install and service equipment making our daily life more comfortable. Homes, office buildings, malls, supermarkets, and facilities all rely on air conditioning, refrigeration, and electrical and plumbing systems to create and maintain a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment. Construction To you, details make a difference. Perhaps you are concerned with how things are made and how to improve the energy efficiency in homes and buildings. The Construction Technology program prepares individuals with the technical knowledge and skills in the area of building construction. This includes instruction on blueprint reading, materials, International Building Codes and Ordinances, plumbing, electrical and mechanical codes, and energy conservation.

19 Building, Trades & Construction 17 Below are occupations in the Building, Trades & Construction industry sector that our colleges prepare students for. The average hourly range is based on Riverside County data ( To further explore these careers, go to and search using the SOC code provided. 4 years or more of education and training: Average hourly range: $49.34 Construction Managers ( ) 2-4 years of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $38.41 Cooling and Freezing Equipment Workers ( ) Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers ( ) Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers ( ) Roofers ( ) Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products ( ) 3 mos - 2 years of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $23.70 Construction Laborers ( ) Maintenance Workers, Machinery ( ) Painters, Construction and Maintenance ( ) Parts Salespersons ( ) Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (R) Required Courses (26-27 units) AIR-50A Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 5 AIR-50B Advanced Refrigeration 5 AIR-51A Environmental Control 5 AIR-51B Industrial Commercial Refrigeration 5 AIR-53 Basic Electricity for Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 4 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) 2-3 Average cost: $1276 tuition/fees; $ books/supplies Total # of students completing: 35 Total # of students completing in normal time: 10 Students completing with student loan debt: 0 Construction Technology (N) Required Courses (30 units) CON-63A Uniform Building Codes & Ordinances 3 CON-64 Office Procedure & Field Inspection 3 CON-65 Plumbing Code 3 CON-66 National Electrical Code 3 CON-67 Mechanical Codes 3 CON-68 Simplified Engineering for Building Inspectors 3 CON-70 Fundamentals of Soil Technology 3 CON-71 Energy Conservation Standards 1.5 CON-72 California State Accessibility Standards 1.5 Electives (See college catalog for list of elective courses) /2011 statistics were not available as of publication. For the most current information, please go to: Other jobs in this industry sector include: Construction Equipment Operators Cost Estimators Building Inspectors/Energy Auditors want to Build a great Career?

20 18 Education, Child Development & Family Services Education, Child Development, and Family Services is one of the fastest-growing industry sectors in the nation. It is projected to increase by nearly 40 percent by 2016, and a large number of employees in this sector will be retiring. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, three of the 10 fastest-growing segments of this industry sector are child care services; individual, family, community, and vocational rehabilitation services; and community and residential elder care services. Through 2012 another career in this sector, teaching, will continue to be one of California s most vigorous areas of employment. Below are occupations in the Education, Child Development, & Family Services industry sector that our colleges prepare students for. The average hourly range is based on Riverside County data ( ca.gov/occguides/). To further explore these careers, go to and search using the SOC code provided. 4-6 years or more of education and training: Average hourly range: $ $38.97 Instructional Coordinators ( ) Education Administrators, Preschool and Childcare Center/ Program ( ) Other jobs in this industry sector include: Teacher Assistants Social Service Assistants Elementary and Secondary Teachers Child Protection Social Workers 1-2 years of education and training: Average hourly range: $15.00 Preschool Teachers, except Special Education ( ) 3 mos - 1 year of education and training: Average hourly range: $11.92 Child Care Workers ( ) want to Learn how to Teach?

21 Education, Child Development & Family Services 19 Early Childhood Education You re a take-charge kind of person. You like to learn and share this knowledge with others. You are organized and dependable. You like to be around children and are concerned about future generations. Early childhood educators do the important work of nurturing and educating children during their most formative years. They work to stimulate children s curiosity and imagination by providing them opportunities to learn through play experiences and to question, observe, investigate, and experiment. They consult with parents, administrators, and child development specialists. CARES Plus CARES Plus is a program of professional support that provides incentive stipends to eligible early childhood caregivers. All participants must: * Provide child care in Riverside County for at least 15 hours per week to children birth through five years of age, and be working for 9 consecutive months. * Work as an Early Child Care and Education Professional in one of the following services: 1. Licensed Family Child Care 2. Licensed Center-Based Care * Compose and implement a Professional Development Plan (PDP) under the supervision of a First 5 Riverside CARES Plus Advisor. For additional program requirements or more information contact Debbie Whitaker-Meneses, CARES Plus Higher Education Lead at (951) Get Your College Tuition Reimbursed The Child Development Training Consortium (CDTC) Grant offers tuition reimbursement for college courses that are applicable toward a Child Development Permit. In order to get this reimbursement, students must be concurrently employed in a Licensed Child Care Program and turn in a completed application, on time. 5 Easy Steps 1. Pick up a two page application from the Early Childhood Education (ECE) office, located at Riverside City College or from any ECS faculty member at all three colleges. 2. You must have your employer list his/her facility number and sign your application as proof of your employment. 3. You will need to list the Fall semester courses you are concurrently enrolled in and sign the form. 4. Turn in the completed application to any ECE faculty member or the ECE office in October. (Contact ECE Dept. for deadlines.) 5. Successfully complete your concurrent ECE courses. After your grades are posted, ECE will verify that you earned at least a C grade in each course. Child Development Grant Program The Child Development Grant Program is administered by the California Student Aid Commission. The program is designed for students who are attending a California community college or four-year institution and pursuing a Child Development Permit to teach or supervise in licensed children s centers. Selected recipients attending a California community college are eligible to receive up to $1,000 each academic year. Once selected, students must maintain half-time enrollment, satisfactory academic progress, financial need, and intend to pursue an approved course of study leading to a permit. Prior to receiving an award payment, students must sign a Service Commitment Agreement to provide one full year of service in a licensed children s center for every year they receive a grant. For further information contact the RCC Department Chair at

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