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1 CATALOG

2 Catalog available in alternate formats (Braille, enlarged text, e-text, etc.) Please contact the Disabled Student Programs & Services at (626) or Room D209

3 PASADENA CITY COLLEGE Catalog and Announcement of Courses Pasadena Area Community College District Pasadena City College 1570 East Colorado Boulevard Pasadena, California Telephone (626) Web site: ACCREDITATION Pasadena City College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (10 Commercial Boulevard, Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) ), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Accreditation reports are available in the Pasadena City College Library. CAMPUS LOCATION The Pasadena City College main campus occupies a 53-acre site centrally located in Pasadena at 1570 East Colorado Boulevard (between Hill and Bonnie Avenues). The Community Education Center is located at 3035 East Foothill Boulevard in Pasadena. The Child Development Center is located at 1324 East Green Street, just west of the main campus. Courses offered through Continuing Education and the Office of Economic Development are offered at other sites throughout the Community College District. PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

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5 Message from the President WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT The mission of Pasadena City College is to provide a high quality, academically robust learning environment that encourages, supports and facilitates student learning and success. Pasadena City College Mission Statement On behalf of our entire faculty and staff, I warmly welcome you to Pasadena City College. Here you will encounter a patient, nurturing faculty and staff who stand ready to help you turn your dreams into reality. I also want to congratulate you on making the good decision to enroll at PCC. You are now part of a long, proud tradition of excellence. This year our college celebrates its 90 th Anniversary. Since 1924, the good people of Pasadena City College have dedicated themselves to student success. Indeed, the roll call of PCC alumni reads like a Who s Who of American success stories, including of course, the pioneering Jackie Robinson who helped change the course of American history. In commending you on your good decision to enroll at PCC, I also expect you to honor your decision by working hard in your chosen field of study. If you work hard and never give up, we will get you through to your educational goal. Your first important step on your journey is to read this catalog carefully and learn about PCC s programs and support services, as well as your responsibilities. Research studies show that a student who has identified a clear programmatic goal at the outset is much more likely to graduate. So, make a promise to yourself to identify a clear goal and to know where you are going. Make sure to obtain help from a counselor or any of our faculty and staff to make sure you have your own road map to success. My own door is always open if you should ever have a question or need assistance. I ll be looking for you out in the Quad and I look forward to hearing how you are doing and how we can help you. Together, we are partners working for that commencement day when you will celebrate your graduation with family and friends as I award you your degree or certificate. Imagine that! Do good work and never tire. In hope and heart, Dr. Mark W. Rocha Superintendent-President PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

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7 THE PASADENA AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT ORGANIZATION The Pasadena Area Community College District is composed of the communities represented by the following school districts: Arcadia, a portion of El Monte, La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, Rosemead, San Marino, South Pasadena, and Temple City. It is governed by an elected seven-member Board of Trustees representing the seven trustee areas and a Student Trustee elected by the student body. The Superintendent/President of the College is the chief administrative officer of the District. Pasadena City College Administration BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dr. Ross Selvidge... Area 1 Dr. Jeanette W. Mann.... Area 2 Berlinda Brown... Area 3 William E. Thomson, Jr Area 4 Linda Wah... Area 5 John H. Martin... Area 6 Dr. Anthony R. Fellow... Area 7 Marshall Lewis... Student Trustee COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT-PRESIDENT Superintendent-President.... Assistant Superintendent/Senior Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs... Assistant Superintendent/Senior Vice President of Business and College Services... Interim Director of Public Relations... Dr. Mark W. Rocha Dr. Robert H. Bell Dr. Robert B. Miller Dr. Valerie Wardlaw EXECUTIVE OFFICERS General Counsel... Executive Director, Pasadena City College Foundation... Executive Director, Human Resources... Executive Director, Business Services... Executive Director, Facilities and Construction.... Gail S. Cooper Bobbi Abram Terri Hampton Joe Simoneschi Rueben C. Smith PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

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9 TABLE OF CONTENTS Accreditation... 1 Campus Location... 1 Welcome From The President... 3 Board Of Trustees Official Academic Calendar General Information A Brief History Of Pasadena City College Mission Of The College Institutional Core Values Pasadena City College General Education Outcomes Functions Of The College Pasadena City College Foundation Disclaimer Catalog Section I Admissions And Registration Student Success And Support Services Admissions Prerequisites, Corequisites, Limitations On Registration And Advisories Residence Determination Costs Of Attending The College Section II Student Support And Learning Services Empowerment Programs Scholarships And Financial Aid Student Activities And Organizations Learning Resources Library Support Services Academic Information Special Interest Programs Grading System Probation Repetition Of Courses Transcripts Of Record Credit By Examination And Advanced Placement Section III Policies And Regulations Section IV Associate Degree Requirements The Associate Degrees Catalog Rights Philosophy Of General Education Associate In Arts Degree (AA) Associate In Arts General Information Competency Requirements General Education Requirements Global Studies Major Or Area Of Emphasis Requirements: Associate Degrees For Transfer To CSU (AD-T) Administration Of Justice (AS-T) Art History (AA-T) Business Administration (AS-T) Communication Studies (AA-T) English (AA-T) Geology (AS-T) History (AA-T) Mathematics (AS-T) Physics (AS-T) Psychology (AA-T) Sociology (AA-T) Theater Arts (AA-T) Section V Transfer Information Transfer Curricula Transferring To A Four-Year College Or University Assist (www.assist.org) PCC s Transfer Requirements Tool Systemwide General Education Agreements Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) IGETC Courses California State University General Education Certification Program Transfer Vocabulary Transfer-Related Websites Transfer Curricula Specific Transfer Information For Education And Preprofessional Programs Pre-Professional Programs Associate In Science Degree Global Studies Ethnic And Gender Studies Section VI Career Technical Education Requirements For The Certificate Of Achievement/Associate In Science Degree Certificate Of Achievement Programs Occupational Skills Certificates Achievement And Occupational Skills By School Table of Contents PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

10 Table of Contents Accounting Accounting Bookkeeping Accounting Bookkeeping Assistant Accounting Clerk Accounting Occupational Skills Certificate Cashier Administration Of Justice Anesthesia Technician Archaeological Field Work Occupational Skills Certificate Automotive Technology All Automotive Systems Air Conditioning Technician Engine Performance Technician Powertrain Technician Undercar Technician Underhood Technician Biological Technology Computational Biology Laboratory Assistant Option Stem Cell Culture Biological Technology Occupational Skills Certificate Laboratory Skills Building Construction Building Construction Occupational Skills Certificates Cabinetmaking And Millwork Construction Law Business Administration Entrepreneurship International Business/Trade Business Administration Management Retail Management Marketing Merchandising (With Field Practice) Business Administration Occupational Skills Certificates Customer Service E-Commerce Business Information Technology Administrative Assistant Business Software Specialist Information And Records Specialist Business Information Technology Occupational Skills Certificates Executive Assistant Office Applications Specialist I Office Applications Specialist II Office Assistant Child Development Child Development Occupational Skills Certificate Options Child Development Instructional Assistant Music And Movement Education For Young Children School Age Instructional Assistant Special Education Assistant Commercial Music Occupational Skills Certificate. 154 Computer Information Systems Microcomputer Support Operations Programming Small Computer Applications Computer Information Systems Occupational Skills Certificates CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Preparation CISCO Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Preparation Oracle Database Fundamentals Construction Inspection Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructional Techniques In Cosmetology Culinary Arts Culinary Arts Occupational Skills Certificates Culinary Arts Baking And Pastry Culinary Arts Catering Culinary Arts Kitchen Assistant Dental Assisting Dental Laboratory Technology Design Technology Pathway Occupational Skills Certificate Digital Media Digital Media Computer Assisted Photo Imaging Digital Media Graphic Design Interactive Multimedia Design Electrical Technology Electrical Technology Occupational Skills Certificates Applied Circuits And Systems Basic Photovoltaic Design And Installation Basic Digital Technician CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Preparation Emergency Medical Technician I-A Engineering Design Technology CAD/CAM Technician Engineering Design Technology Occupational Skills Certificates CAD Modeling And Animation Architecture/Engineering/Construction CAD Designer Architecture/ Engineering/Construction PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

11 CAD Technician Architecture/ Engineering/Construction CAD Technician Mechanical Design And Manufacturing Fashion Design Fashion Assistant Fashion Occupational Skills Certificates Fashion Fashion Marketing Fashion Historical Costume Making Fire Technology Fire Technology Occupational Skills Certificate Fire Academy Preparation Geotech Graphic Communications Technology Graphic Communications Technology Computer Imaging And Composition Graphic Communications Technology Screen Printing Graphic Communications Technology Occupational Skills Certificates Apparel Graphics And Printing Electronic Prepress Graphic Communications Technology Screen Printing For Small Business Hospitality Management Industrial Design Occupational Skills Certificate Interior Design Occupational Skills Certificate Jewelry/Metalworking Occupational Skills Certificate Journalism Journalism Photojournalism Journalism Printed Media Journalism Public Relations Library Technology Library Occupational Skills Certificate Digitization Skills For Libraries And Cultural Heritage Institutions Machine Shop Technology Machine Shop Technology Occupational Skills Certificates Manufacturing Technology I Manufacturing Technology II Medical Assisting (Administrative-Clinical) Medical Office Administrative Medical Office Insurance Biller Medical Office Occupational Skills Certificate Options Medical Office Receptionist Medical Office Transcription Nursing Programs Registered Nursing Vocational Nursing Nursing Occupational Skill Certificate Certified Nursing Assistant Paralegal Studies Photography Photography Occupational Skills Certificates Cinema Cinematography Cinema Cinema Production/Filmmaking Digital Image Editing Foundation In Photography Portrait Photography Product Design Programs Product Design Product Design Graphics Product Design Technology Radiologic Technology Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Television And Radio Audio Production Post-Production Television Operations Television Production Television And Radio Occupational Skills Certificates Broadcast Journalism Media Programming And Management Radio Production Television Post Production Television Production Video Operations Writing For Film, Television & Radio Theater Arts Theater Technology Welding - Metal Processes Technology Construction Welding Gas Tungsten & Gas Metal Welding Welding Occupational Skills Certificate Basic Welding Section VII Instructional Schools Of The College School Of Career And Technical Education Business And Computer Technology Engineering And Technology School of Allied Health Health Sciences School of Visual, Media and Performing Arts Performing Arts Visual Arts Media Arts Speech Communications School of Humanities and Social Sciences English Table of Contents PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

12 Table of Contents Languages Social Sciences School of Science and Mathematics Kinesiology and Health Mathematics and Computer Science Natural Sciences Community Education Center Section VIII Course Descriptions Prerequisites/Corequisites/Recommended Preparation Course Numbering System Divisions Accounting Administration Of Justice American Institutions American Sign Language Anatomy Anesthesia Technology Anthropology Arabic Architecture Armenian Art Astronomy Automotive Technology Biology Building Construction Business (General) Business Information Technology Chemistry Child Development Chinese College Communication Computer Information Systems Computer Science Cosmetology Counseling Culinary Arts Dance Dental Assisting Dental Hygiene Dental Laboratory Technology Design Technology Economics Education Electricity Electronics Emergency Medical Technology Engineering English English as a Second Language Environmental Studies Fashion Fire Technology Foreign Language Study French Geography Geology German Gerontology Graphic Communications Technology Greek Health Education Hebrew History Hospitality Humanities Italian Japanese Journalism Kinesiology - Activity Kinesiology Intercollegiate Athletics Kinesiology - Theory Latin Legal Assisting Library Linguistics Machine Shop Marketing Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Mathematics Medical Assisting Microbiology Music Nursing Nutrition Personal Health Care Assistant Philosophy Photography Physical Science Physics Physiology Political Science Portuguese Psychology Radiologic Technology Religious Studies Russian Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Special Education Technology Special Services Speech Communication Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Statistics PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

13 Technical Education (General) Television And Radio Theater Arts Welding Section IX Non-Credit Division General Information Student Services Instruction English As A Second Language (ESL) Apparel Skills And Drapery Construction Apprenticeship Preparation Program Broadcast Media Program Business Office Systems Program Career Preparation Entrepreneur Success Program Fashion Retail Academy Program Fitness Lifestyle Trainer Program Health Promotions Program Printing Technology Program Description Of Courses Adult High School Diploma Americanization (Immigrant Education) Business (General) Civics (Home Economics) Computer Information Systems English As A Second Language (ESL) Parenting Education Vocational Education (Short-Term Vocational) Additional Services Table of Contents Section X Pasadena City College Faculty Index Campus Map PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

14 Academic Calendar OFFICIAL ACADEMIC CALENDAR (Dates Subject to Change) SUMMER 2014 TERM May 19, Summer session classes begin July 4, Independence Day (campus closed) August 24, Summer Session ends August 24, Last day of Summer Intersession and officially posted graduation date FALL 2014 TERM August 25, First day of classes (16 weeks) September 1, Labor Day holiday (campus closed) Refer to Class Schedule... Last date to add a 16-week course. Last date to drop a 16-week course without receiving a W September 19, Last day to petition for December graduation November 11, Veteran s Day holiday (campus closed) Refer to Class Schedule... Last day to drop and receive a W November 27 - November 30, Thanksgiving holiday (campus closed) December 8-14, Final Examinations December 14, Last day of the semester and officially posted date of graduation for this semester December 24, January 1, Winter vacation (campus closed) 12 PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

15 Academic Calendar SPRING 2015 TERM January 12, First day of classes (16 weeks) January 30, Last day to petition for Spring Graduation February 13-16, President s Day holiday (campus closed) Refer to Class Schedule... Last day to add a 16-week course. Last day to drop a 16-week course without receiving a W March 9-12, Spring Break Classes not in session March 13-15, Campus Closed March 31, Cesar Chavez Day holiday (campus closed) Refer to Class Schedule... Last day to drop and receive a W May 4-10, Final Examinations May 8, Commencement ceremony for all graduates May 10, Last day of the semester and officially posted date of graduation for this semester May 25, Memorial Day (campus closed) PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

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18 General Information A BRIEF HISTORY OF PASADENA CITY COLLEGE In 1924, in response to this community s need for higher education facilities, one year of college work was added to the program offered by Pasadena High School. Soon after, another year was added. In 1928, Pasadena High School and Pasadena Junior College merged into a four-year junior college with grades 11 to 14 inclusive. By 1946, increased enrollment justified the establishment of a second four-year junior college John Muir. In 1947 the official names of the two schools became Pasadena City College and John Muir College. During the school year , the Board of Education modified the school system organization from the plan to the plan and combined the two junior colleges into a single college, Pasadena City College, to serve freshmen and sophomores. Thus, the present college is heir to the development of junior collegelevel work in Pasadena since In 1966, local voters in affected communities approved a greater Pasadena Area Junior College District, effective July 1, The name was changed to the Pasadena Area Community College District on Sept. 10, Embracing Change PCC continues to offer state-of-the-art resources for its students and the greater Pasadena community. With voter-approved Measure P bonds totaling $150 million, PCC has constructed a new two-story bookstore, Industrial Technologies Building, a parking structure, as well as renovated the Campus Center. A new Center for the Arts building will house an art gallery, recital hall, and theater, and serve as the home of the Visual Arts and Media Studies and Performing and Communication Arts divisions. PCC has made unique contributions to its community over the years. Albert Einstein dedicated the Observatory on campus. PCC s registered nursing program, founded in 1953 as one of only five pilot programs in the nation, continues to address the need for qualified nurses in Southern California. The Artist-in-Residence program, which brings prominent professionals to work with and teach PCC students, will again be offered this spring. Career and Technical Education and academic programs have evolved with the times, supporting the development of radio and television, filmmaking, dentistry, computer science, journalism, business, industrial and consumer-product design, manufacturing, home construction, military and aviation science, music, fashion technology, and much more. The Community Education Center has showcased the College s commitment to Career and Technical Education and basic skills education. Similarly, the PCC Child Development Center has strengthened PCC s involvement in early childhood education. In Fall 2002, the College modified its academic structure to reflect a more contemporary and accessible view of its offerings. The former Communications, Music and Art divisions were blended into two new divisions. Visual Arts and Media Studies incorporate classes in the arts, photography, computer-aided graphic design, and journalism. Performing and Communication Arts includes music and dance as well as debate and speech pathology. At the same time, English and Languages became separate divisions; the life and physical sciences merged into a Natural Sciences division, and Health Sciences combined the practical trades of nursing, dentistry, medical assisting, and others. A Gateway to Education PCC actively fosters partnerships with other institutions of higher learning. The Teacher Preparation Program at PCC creates educational pathways to California State University, Los Angeles; University of California, Riverside; Mount St. Mary s; and Pacific Oaks to help students earn both a bachelor s degree and teaching credential within four years. The Transfer Center at PCC now welcomes more than 100 public and private colleges to campus each year. The Center s FAST TRACK program also helps high school students enroll in PCC classes in order to accelerate their transfer to four-year institutions. The College is a recognized national leader in education and innovation. PCC has been honored by the Community College Futures Assembly with the National Bellwether Award for innovation; the California Community Colleges Chancellor s Student Success Award for the First Year Pathways program; and the National Tutoring Association Award of Excellence. For more information about the history and evolution of Pasadena City College, visit the College Web site MISSION OF THE COLLEGE The mission of Pasadena City College is to provide a high quality, academically robust learning environment that encourages, supports and facilitates student learning and success. The College provides an academically rigorous and comprehensive curriculum for students pursuing educational and career goals as well as learning opportunities designed for individual development. The College is committed to providing access to higher education for members of the diverse communities within the District service area and to offering courses, programs, and other activities to enhance the economic conditions and the quality of life in these communities. 16 PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

19 At Pasadena City College we serve our students by: Providing courses and programs in a variety of instructional modalities that reflect academic excellence and professional integrity; Fostering a dynamic and creative learning environment that is technologically, intellectually and culturally stimulating; Challenging our students to participate fully in the learning process and encouraging them to be responsible for their own academic success; Respecting them as individuals who may require diverse and flexible learning opportunities; Supporting organizational practices that facilitate student progress towards their goals; and Encouraging and supporting continuous learning and professional development in those who serve our students: faculty, staff, managers, and administrators. INSTITUTIONAL CORE VALUES As an institution committed to successful student learning in an environment of intellectual freedom, Pasadena City College is guided by the following essential, enduring and shared values: A PASSION FOR LEARNING We recognize that each one of us will always be a member of the community of learners. A COMMITMENT TO INTEGRITY We recognize that ethical behavior is a personal, institutional and societal responsibility. AN APPRECIATION FOR DIVERSITY We recognize that a diverse community of learners enriches our educational environment. A RESPECT FOR COLLEGIALITY We recognize that it takes the talents, skills and efforts of the entire campus community, as well as the participation of the broader community, to support our students in their pursuit of learning. A RECOGNITION OF OUR HERITAGE OF EXCELLENCE We recognize that we draw upon the College s rich tradition of excellence and innovation in upholding the highest standard of quality for the services we provide to our students and community. PASADENA CITY COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION OUTCOMES 1. Communication: Use creative expression to communicate acquired knowledge or skills effectively. Competencies: 1.1 Reading: Read and comprehend written material critically and effectively at the appropriate program level. 1.2 Writing: Write in a clear, coherent, and organized manner, at the appropriate academic level, to explain ideas; to express feelings; and to support conclusions, claims, or theses. 1.3 Listening: Listen actively, respectfully, and critically. 1.4 Creative Communication: Create or communicate through speech, music, art and/or performance. 2. Cognition: Use critical thinking skills to observe, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate ideas and information. Competencies: 2.1 Problem Solving: Identify and analyze real or potential problems and develop, test, apply, and evaluate possible solutions, using the scientific method where appropriate. 2.2 Critical Thinking and Application: Formulate and apply knowledge, skills, ideas, and concepts to appropriate contexts. 2.3 Quantitative Reasoning: Apply appropriate mathematical concepts and methods to understand, analyze, and explain issues in quantitative terms. 3. Information Competency: Use research and technical skills effectively and ethically to achieve an objective. General Information PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

20 General Information Competencies: 3.1 Information Literacy: Locate, retrieve, and evaluate information using appropriate research tools. 3.2 Research Proficiency: Conduct research and present findings effectively and ethically including the use of correct source citations. 3.3 Technological Literacy: Apply technology effectively to locate, evaluate, interpret, organize, and present information using appropriate research tools. 4. Social Responsibility: Demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for others. Competencies: 4.1 Respect for Diversity: Demonstrate an understanding of the beliefs, opinions, and values of other people and cultures. 4.2 Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate an understanding of the requirements for being an informed, ethical, and active citizen of the local community, California, the nation, and the world. 5. Personal Development: Demonstrate an understanding of practices that promote physical, psychological, and emotional well-being. Competencies: 5.1 Awareness of Mind and Body: Demonstrate knowledge and practices that promote a sense of self as an integrated physiological, psychological, and social being. 5.2 Aesthetic Appreciation: Show an informed appreciation for artistic and individual expression. FUNCTIONS OF THE COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION General education provides students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills needed to be effective individuals in our society. Pasadena City College has established graduation requirements that are intended to achieve the objectives of general education. In addition to class work, students are also encouraged to participate in student government, public and departmental forums, radio and television presentations, concerts, art gallery exhibits and other College-sponsored events. COLLEGE TRANSFER Students may qualify for transfer with Junior status to an accredited college or university if they follow the lower division pattern of study required of them by the four-year institution, and transfer with a minimum of 60 transferable units. Acceptance to a particular college or university depends upon conditions at the four-year institution, which are subject to change. CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION The Office of Career and Technical Education supports the expansion of area businesses and industries, and economic growth in the community by promoting educational programs, training, and services that contribute to a quality workforce. Career and Technical Education provides leadership and coordination for all vocational education programs offered at Pasadena City College. PCC s many career programs prepare students for entry-level employment, as well as occupational skills upgrading for those already employed. The curricula are developed in coordination with industry advisory committees that provide input to ensure the training is consistent with industry standards. Responsibilities also include coordination of articulation between PCC s occupational programs and area high schools. The office administers federal programs for career and technical education and job training and manages special grants and projects related to occupational programs and economic development services. NONCREDIT EDUCATION The College offers a variety of courses to meet the needs of students who do not desire or need to obtain college unit credit. The Community Education Center offers noncredit (state funded) classes, and Extended Learning offers not-for-credit, fee-based classes. These classes are open to the community and are designed to provide learning opportunities, for personal interest, cultural enrichment and recreational enjoyment. COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER The Community Education Center (CEC) provides noncredit education, training, and services designed to continuously improve California s workforce such as Small Business Development and Entrepreneur programs. The Center offers vocational, technical, and academic courses including High School Diploma Program, GED, Business Office Systems, Printing Technology, Apparel Skills, Fashion Retail, ESL, Adult Basic Education, Parent Education, enrichment classes for Seniors and disabled students, and a wealth of support programs. The Cosmetology credit program is offered at the Center. The Community Education Center is a satellite 18 PASADENA CITY COLLEGE

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