1 San Joaquin DELTA COLLEGE Schedule of Classes New South Campus Opening at Mountain House see pages
2 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 1 Board of Trustees Steve Castellanos President Janet Rivera Vice President Teresa Brown Clerk Mary Ann Cox Taj M. Khan Ted Simas C. Jennett Stebbins Anne-Marie Orona Student Trustee Administration Raúl Rodríguez, Ph.D. Superintendent/President Kathleen Hart, Ph.D. Assistant Superintendent/ Vice President, Instructional Services Trudy Walton Vice President, Student Services Jon Stephens, Ed.D. Vice President, Business Services Vincent Brown Vice President, Human Resources and Employee Relations Lee Belarmino Vice President of Information Technology Hazel Hill, Ed.D. Dean of Workforce and Economic Development Charles Jennings, D.M.A. Dean of General Education and Transfer Matthew Wetstein, Ph.D. Dean of Planning, Research, and Institutional Effectiveness Jessie Garza-Roderick, Ed.D. Associate Dean of South Campus at Mountain House Published and Prepared by San Joaquin Delta College Office of Instruction San Joaquin Delta Community College District reserves the right to discontinue, postpone, combine courses, change instructors, and correct errors and omissions. Courses, course content, class times and units are subject to change depending upon enrollment and the requirements of the district. All enrollment fees are subject to change. Accreditation... 1 AmeriCorps Application and Admission Information... 6 Apprenticeship Associate in Arts Degrees Associate Degree General Education Pattern Attendance Regulations Bookstore Building Abbreviation California State University General Education Pattern CalWORKs Campus Map Campus Security Career Development Catalog Rights Certificate Programs Child Development Center College Credit for High School Courses College Fees & Refunds Class Listings Courses and Programs Offered at Delta College Course Numbering Course Planning... 7 Disability Support Programs and Services Distance Learning and Regional Education Educational Planning Electronic Enrollment Services Lab Extended Opportunities Programs & Services (EOPS) Final Examination Schedule... 5 Financial Aid - Help for College Costs Frequently Called Numbers Food Services GED 128 Grade Options Guidance and Counseling How to Add/Drop a Course... 8 How to Get Grades... 8 General information is available by calling (209) This information is available on the College Website at Course descriptions are included in the online Schedule of Classes. This publication is intended to serve students as a guide to program planning, institutional services, and regulations for attendance at San Joaquin Delta College. The College reserves the right to change the regulations, fees, and other information contained in the Schedule of Classes, as mandated, without prior notice. Students are advised to consult the San Joaquin Delta College Catalog, also available online at and the College counselors at (209) for complete information. Alternate format is available upon request from Disability Support Programs & Services in Cunningham 120 ext San Joaquin Delta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commerical Blvd., Novato, CA 94949, (415) , an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Programs Accredited or Approved by Professional Organizations and/or National & State Agencies: American Culinary Federation California Speech - Language Pathology & Audiology Board California State University System California State Department of Education California State Fire Marshall Commission on Correctional Peace Officer s Standards & Training National League of Nursing Accreditating Commission Fall 2009 Table of Contents Instructors Phone Numbers Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC - CSU) Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC - UC) Internet, Hybrid and Off-Campus Courses Internet Registration... 8 Internship Program Learning Communities , 129 Lodi/Galt Classes Manteca Center Classes Math Course Sequence and Skills Requisite Levels Mission Statement...inside cover Non-Discrimination and Harassment Policy Off-Campus Assessment Placement Testing Open Entry/Open Exit Open Enrollment Access Policy Parking Fees and Information Policies Priority Registration System Reading, English, Composition Requirements Registration and Dates... 4 Registration, How to Register... 7 Saturday Classes Services Available to Students Sexual Harassment, Definition and Policy Short Term Courses South Campus at Mountain House Class Listings.31-37, 129 Student Right to Know Transfer Rates Student Rights and Responsibilities Tracy Center Classes Transfer Center Transfer to a Four-Year Institution Waiting Lists... 8 Weekend College Classes What s New... 3 Work Experience Program...22, 129 Office of Immigration & Naturalization Service National Automotive Technician s Education Foundation National Association for the Education of Young Children National Academy of Early Childhood Programs California Board of Registered Nursing California Board of Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians University of California
3 2 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 R E S P E C T Your Fellow Students Your Instructors Your Campus Your Health Your College Staff Your Safety YOURSELF
4 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 3 What s New for Fall? Parking! Construction on campus will continue throughout the fall semester. This means that parking will also continue to be a challenge. In order to address concerns over the availability of onsite parking, the College has extended our agreement to rent an offsite parking area at the corner of Yokuts and Claremont just East of the main entrance of the College. This parking area will be available beginning on August 17, 2009 and will close on October 16th of This offsite parking area is serviced by a trolley (the Metro 14 route) operated by San Joaquin Regional Transit District. To see a map of the route, trolley schedule and information about Delta College s discounted fare program, go to sanjoaquinrtd.com/deltacollege. We re Moving!! Also, during the Fall Semester, the College will open the Lawrence and Alma DeRicco Student Services Building. Near the end of 2009, student services located throughout campus will be consolidated into the new 50,000 square foot building located just to the North of the College s main entrance off of Pacific Avenue. Upon completion of the move, Guidance and Counseling, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, and many other student services will offer a one stop shopping environment that will improve how the College serves its students for decades to come. Library Services With renovation expected to continue on the Goleman building through the Fall Semester, the College Library is temporarily housed offsite at 41 West Yokuts Avenue just a few blocks East of the Main entrance to the College. The temporary location offers patrons the same high level of service while work continues. Upon completion, the campus library will be state of the art in both its physical design and its capabilities. Live Support!! We ve added additional support to assist with registration. If you are having problems with online registration, just click on Live Support and you ll reach a Registration Operator who can help you. And don t forget the Electronic Services Lab located in Cunningham 226. There are computers available for registering, adding/dropping classes, payment of fees, ordering transcripts and verifications of enrollment, checking your and financial aid status! Individual help is available. Just a Click Away! It s all in ONE place! Check your student , register for classes, get your grades, get important announcements, request assistance via the Virtual Campus, and just about anything else you could want. Where? At MyDelta.edu - your student portal. The Student Portal is accessed from the Delta College Homepage. Under New Students, select My Delta Portal.
5 4 San Joaquin Delta College Fall Fall Registration Calendar Assignment of registration date and time will be available the week of June 8 to students who enrolled for the 2009 Spring semester and to new students who filed an Application for Admission between January 1, 2009 and May 14, For information on applying for admission to San Joaquin Delta College, please refer to Six Easy Steps for New Students on Page 6. Internet (www.deltacollege.edu) access is available 7 days per week 8 AM 9 PM, except on Fridays when it closes at 5 PM. Internet technical support is not available on Holidays. May 24, 2009 Online applications open for Fall June 8 - July 2, 2009 July 3, 2009 August 16, 2009 REQUEST A REGISTRATION DATE AND TIME OR CHECK YOUR ASSIGNED REGISTRATION DATE AND TIME VIA THE STUDENT PORTAL BY LOGGING INTO ONLINE REGISTRATION. Fall registration date and time are issued upon request to students who have an active Application for Admission on file. Internet (www.deltacollege.edu) Access is available 7 days per week 8am-9pm, except on Fridays when it closes at 5pm. Registration assistance (LIVE SUPPORT) is available Monday through Friday 8am 5pm. June 22 August 16, 2009 REGISTER FOR CLASSES by: Internet (www.deltacollege.edu). June 22 through July 2, 2009 REGISTER ON OR AFTER YOUR ASSIGNED REGISTRATION DATE AND TIME July 6 through August 16, 2009 OPEN REGISTRATION Registration assistance (LIVE SUPPORT) is available Monday through Friday, 8 AM 5 PM. Please note Helpful Hints for Registration on page 8 and Waiting Lists on page 8 HOLIDAY - INDEPENDENCE DAY OBSERVED- Campus Closed Registration closes at 5 PM and reopens August 17 at 8 AM. August 28, 2009 September 4, 2009 September 7, 2009 September 11, 2009 November 11, 2009 November 13, 2009 November 16, 2009 Last date to request REFUND OF FEES for full term class/es. Please refer to Enrollment Fees, Refunds, and Student Representation Fee on Page 9. Fees will be assessed for courses dropped after this date. Last date to add a full-term class. HOLIDAY - LABOR DAY - Campus Closed Last date to drop a full-term class WITHOUT a W notation on the academic transcript. It is the individual student s responsibility to drop class/es or withdraw from College. HOLIDAY - VETERAN S DAY OBSERVED- Campus Closed Last date to file the A.A./A.S. graduation application for Fall Last date to drop a full term class WITH a W notation on the academic transcript. It is the student s responsibility to drop class/es or withdraw from College. November 26-29, 2009 HOLIDAY - THANKSGIVING - Campus Closed December 14 18, 2009 December 18, 2009 December 21, January 3, 2010 FINAL EXAMINATIONS FALL SEMESTER ENDS HOLIDAY - WINTER BREAK - Campus Closed on the Following dates: December 24, 25, 26, 28, 31, 2009 and January 1, 2, and 3, August 17, 2009 August 17-28, 2009 FALL 2009 SEMESTER BEGINS LATE REGISTRATION AND ADJUSTMENT PERIOD Internet (www.deltacollege.edu) access is available 7 days per week 8 AM - 9 PM, except Fridays when it closes at 5 PM. IT IS THE INDIVIDUAL STUDENT S RESPONSIBILITY TO DROP CLASS(ES) OR WITHDRAW FROM THE COLLEGE. DATES AND INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE
6 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 5 FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FALL 2009 December 14-18, 2009 Friday/Saturday Classes: All classes that meet either Friday evening (6 p.m. or later) and Saturday or Saturday only will take their final on the last scheduled class meeting on Saturday. Make-Up Finals: Anyone who needs to make up a final due to conflicts in the final exam schedule can do so on Friday, December 18, between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. by arrangement with the instructor. Earliest Day and Time Class Final Exam Day Time of Final Exam Monday 6-6:45 a.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 a.m. Monday 7-7:45 a.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 a.m. Monday 8-8:45 a.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 a.m. Monday 9-9:45 a.m. Fri., Dec. 18, :50 a.m. Monday 10-10:45 a.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 a.m. Monday 11-11:45 a.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 a.m. Monday 12-12:45 p.m. Fri., Dec. 18, :50 p.m. Monday 1-1:45 p.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 p.m. Monday 2-2:45 p.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 p.m. Monday 3-4:45 p.m. Fri., Dec. 18, :50 p.m. Monday 5-5:45 p.m. Mon., Dec 14, :50 p.m. Monday 6-6:45 p.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 p.m. Monday 7-9:45 p.m. Mon., Dec. 14, p.m. Tuesday 6-6:45 a.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 a.m. Tuesday 7-7:15 a.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 a.m.. Tuesday 7:30-8:45 a.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 a.m. Tuesday 9-9:45 a.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 a.m. Tuesday 10-10:45 a.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 a.m. Tuesday 11-11:45 a.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 a.m. Tuesday 12-1:15 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 p.m. Tuesday 1:30-2:45 p.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 p.m. Tuesday 3-3:45 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 p.m. Tuesday 4-5:15 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 p.m. Tuesday 5:30-6:15 p.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 p.m. Tuesday 6:30-6:45 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 p.m. Tuesday 7-9:45 p.m. Tues., Dec. 15, :50 p.m. Wednesday 6-11:45 a.m. Friday, Dec. 18, :50 a.m. Wednesday 12-12:45 p.m. Mon., Dec. 14, :50 p.m. Wednesday 1-2:45 p.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 p.m. Wednesday 3-5:45 p.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 p.m. Wednesday 6-9:45 p.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 p.m. Thursday 6-8:45 a.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 a.m. Thursday 9-1:45 p.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 a.m. Thursday 2-3:45 p.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 p.m. Thursday 4-6:15 p.m. Thur., Dec. 17, :50 p.m. Thursday 6:30-9:45 p.m. Thur, Dec. 17, :50 p.m. Friday 6-10:45 a.m. Wed., Dec. 16, :50 a.m. Friday 11-3:30 p.m. Wed, Dec. 16, :50 p.m. Friday 3:45-9:45 p.m. Fri., Dec. 18, :50 p.m. REMINDER: This is also Book Buy Back week. Buy Back hours are Monday thru Thursday, 9 a.m. 7 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. in the Mustang Room.
7 6 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 Application and Admission Information Six Easy Steps for New Students Step 1. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Complete the online application at click on New Students, Begin Here. For assistance with the online application contact the Helpline at (209) Free computer access available in the Electronic Enrollment Services Lab (see Service available to Students on page 128). Important Dates Go to click on Registration Calendar Returning Students: All returning students must provide: Official sealed high school transcripts Official sealed transcripts from all other colleges attended to: San Joaquin Delta College Attn: Evalutions Office, Holt Pacific Avenue Stockton, Ca Pay ALL past due fees and clear any administrative holds from your record Provide official sealed high school transcripts (if applicable) Please note: If you have already completed an Assessment Placement test at San Joaquin Delta College, you will not need to take the full A/P test again. Transfer Students: All transfer students must provide: Official sealed high school transcripts Official sealed transcripts from all other colleges attended to: San Joaquin Delta College Attn: Evalutions Office, Holt Pacific Avenue Stockton, Ca Assessment/Placement test scores from the college you are transferring from and request to have test scores evaluated by San Joaquin Delta College s Assessment Center in Cunningham 220 or you may choose to take the assessment test at Delta. Please contact the Assessment Center for more information at Current High School Students: Students who are enrolled in high school and are recommended by their principal may be considered for the College Early Start Program. The College Early Start program allows students to take our courses for college credit only. Each school district must determine whether high school credit will be granted for classes completed for college credit at San Joaquin Delta College. All students must meet San Joaquin Delta College s admissions, academic assessment and course prerequisite requirements. College Early Start students may not enroll in remedial developmental education courses. Registration is limited to a maximum of 11 units during any one semester. Enrollment in Physical Education Classes Physical education class enrollment of high school students is limited, by law, to 10%. As a result, very few high school students will be eligible to enroll in physical education courses at the College. Students should plan on enrolling in such courses at their school. Only students officially enrolled during the registration cycle before classes begin will be allowed to attend physical education classes. Under no circumstances will students be permitted to register for any physical education courses once classes begin. Recent High School Graduates: Contact your high school and request a copy of your final transcript. Submit it by mail or in person to the Admissions & Records Office, Holt 101. Student Enrollment Responsibility: Per Board Policy 5056, under no circumstances will a student be allowed to attend class if he/ she is not properly enrolled. Therefore, it is the student s responsibility to ensure he/she is officially enrolled in class/es. Grades and units will not be awarded for attendance in class/ es for which the student is not formally enrolled. Protecting Your Records: To protect the confidentiality of your student records, it is highly recommended that you create a Personal Identification Number (PIN). To create a PIN, log in to Online Registration and select the Create PIN option. Be sure to record your PIN in a safe place where others cannot gain access to it. If you forget your PIN, you must request that your PIN number be reset in person at the Admissions and Records Office, Holt Center, Room 101. A valid picture ID is required to reset a PIN. Your PIN cannot be reset by phone or request. This is for your protection. A PIN number established for access to registration and student records is separate from the PIN established for online courses. If you have questions about establishing a PIN number, please contact the Registration Helpdesk at: Delta ID Number: Immediately after processing your application for admission, a Delta ID number is assigned. Your Delta ID will be used on all printed documents such as your Class Schedule, your Academic History, class rosters, etc. To find your Delta ID, simply log into online registration. Your Delta ID number appears directly under the Welcome information. Student Accounts: Within 24 hours after processing your Application for Admissions, a student address is assigned to each new student. All correspondence from Admissions & Records and Financial Aid, as well as other important campus information, is ed to students at their Delta College address. It is the student s responsibility to maintain the contents of his/her account to ensure that the total size of the messages within the account does not exceed 90% of the quota. It is therefore strongly recommended that the student check his/her account on, a weekly basis, to read, print, save, forward and/or delete messages. A student will be notified on login when he/she is within 75% of the quota and by when his/her account reaches 85% of the quota. If the size of the account exceeds 90% of the quota, the contents of the account will be administratively reduced by deleting the oldest (s). To find your student address: 1. Log into Online Registration from the Delta College homepage. Your log in is your Delta ID or your social security number, and your password is your date of birth entered as mmddyy. If you get a message that says, We were unable to validate your login OR it has been too long since your last interaction, that means your Application for Admission has not yet been processed. For questions concerning your Application for Admission, please contact 2. Once you have successfully logged into online registration, under the Welcome information, your new student address appears. It will be the first initial of your first name followed by your last name and three randomly assigned numbers. This is followed For example, John Smith s login would be jsmith321. Your password is your date of birth entered as mmddyy or the PIN number you have created. For assistance with log-in problems, please contact
8 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 7 Six Easy Steps for New Students (Continued) Step 2. ASSESSMENT Cunningham 220, (209) The purpose of academic assessment at San Joaquin Delta College is to ensure that each student s educational experience at Delta College is productive and rewarding. Delta recognizes that a student s time is valuable and that it is important for each student to enroll in courses for which he or she is prepared. Assessments are offered during the day and evening before classes start and throughout the term. Students must make an appointment to take an ACE. Priority seating will be given to students who have their ACE appointment confirmation page with them at the time and date of the test. A student cannot fail the assessment. The assessment measures a student s skills in reading, English, and mathematics (applications and computation). The results will help with placement in courses appropriate to each student s academic levels. ACE (Assessment-Counseling Express) includes a 20 minute information session at the beginning of each scheduled assessment. Students are advised to enroll in Guidance 11 (new student orientation). For more information, contact the Assessment Center or Guidance Office. WHO NEEDS ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT? All students enrolling for the first time are required to be academically assessed. Some returning students may need to participate in the assessment process to meet specific course and/or program prerequisites (See, Who IS exempt from Assessment? ). Students usually choose from one of two programs: (1) The Assessment/Placement (A/P) program is designed for English as a first language students and for ESL students with a high school diploma from the USA. (2) The English as a Second Language (ESL) program is designed for ESL students who do not have a high school diploma from the USA. Both the A/P and ESL programs are approximately 3 hours in length and consist of a skills test and orientation. The A/P and ESL assessments may be taken once only; however, sections of the test may be retaken. For assessment dates/times, contact the Academic Assessment Center or Admissions Office. (See page 10 for reading, English, and ESL course placements.) WHO IS EXEMPT FROM ASSESSMENT? There are a number of ways to qualify for an exemption from assessment. Please note, however, that some courses and/or programs may have specific skill prerequisites where exemptions do not apply and assessment is required. A student may be exempted from assessment if he/she has: a) Earned a college degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the USA indicate on application for admission and provide copy of degree or official transcript to Admissions Office. b) Completed intermediate algebra and college-level English composition at another regionally accredited college or university in the USA with a grade of C or better provide official transcript to the Admissions Office. c) Decided to enroll in Level I basic skills course(s) in reading, English, and mathematics only. Contact Assessment Center to self-declare. d) Decided to exercise a one course waiver in a course with prerequisite, none. A student may subsequently enroll in one course per term, provided that the previous course to which the waiver applies was passed with a grade of C or better. e) Has an alternative assessment from other colleges that are provided to the Assessment Center, Cunningham 220. RETAKES AND THE APPEALS PROCESS Effective May 22, 2009, the paper/pencil multiple choice retake test for reading and math will be discontinued as well as the composition retake test. Instead, students will be allowed retesting for all subjects on the ACE computer test (COMPASS). New students begin with Step 1 and Continuing students begin with Step 2, below, and you may retest through the remaining sequence of Steps as follows: Step 1 Students take ACE (COMPASS) Step 2 Students may retake COMPASS after 30 days Step 3 Students may retake COMPASS again in one year and one time a year thereafter. In some cases counselors may grant an earlier retake of an assessment test or may provide assistance with proper course placement and retesting issues. Please see your counselor for advisement on possible further appeals regarding course placement and retesting. Please visit the Assessment Center website (www.deltacollege.edu.dept/assess) and click Retake Exam for a helpful Question/Answer explanation of the New Retake Policy and what it means to you. Appointments NOW required for all RETAKES! To schedule your appointment go to: assessmentretake.html Step 3. COURSE PLANNING All new students are encouraged to enroll in a.5 unit orientation class. Guidance 11 is a one day, 8 hour orientation class or a 4-week online class which provides new students with critical information on certificate, degree and transfer requirements. The instructor/counselor will also assist students in the development of a first semester course list. Additional information on key resources, including Financial Aid, is also provided. Information on available sections is shared at the Assessment Test (Step 2), the counseling web site (www.deltacollege.edu/ dept/guidance) or by calling (209) For continuing students, counselors are available to provide full Student Education Plans. The Guidance and Counseling Office is open Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Step 4. REGISTRATION To enroll in courses, you must have your Delta ID number and have met the assessment requirements prior to registration. Registration is done through click New/Returning Students tab and follow the directions in Step 5. Course selection assistance is provided in the GUID 011 class or during your meeting with a counselor (See Step 3). Students must have completed an application for admission to the College, have a Delta ID number, and have met the assessment test requirements prior to registration. All administrative and/or academic holds that prevent enrollment must be cleared prior to registration. An assigned date and time is required to use the registration system, except during open enrollment and after the term has begun. You will not be able to enroll until your assigned date and time. After a student s registration date and time has passed, courses can be added or dropped as often as necessary while the registration system is available. Your first choice may be full. Therefore, select two or three sections of the same course before attempting to register. The maximum unit enrollment prior to the beginning of the fall or spring term is 18 units and summer is 9 units. Additional units may be added after the term begins. Prior to the opening day of the term, you will receive messages confirming classes in which you are enrolled, fee billing, and financial aid information. All correspondence from the College will be sent to your student address. It is the student s responsibility to check his/her student on a regular basis. How to Register Online: #1 From the Delta College home page, log in to the Student Portal (MyDelta), then click Online Registration. Read all information and instructions carefully. #2 LOG-IN: Enter your Delta I.D. and or PIN (Personal Identification Number). #3 Select the desired registration term. Example, Fall 09, Spring 10, etc. #4 Add classes by one of these two methods: Open Class List Identify desired course and select the add to class option. If the class is full and space is still available on the Wait List, click the add to wait list option. Students cannot be placed on multiple Wait Lists for the same course. Add Course Identify desired course and enter the five digit course code in the area provided and click the add option. The course code is located in Class Listing Section of the Schedule of Classes, available online or at the Bookstore.
9 8 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 Six Easy Steps for New Students (Continued) #4 Print your schedule which will show the fees you currently owe. If you experience problems registering, call , M F, 8am 5pm or click on Live Support in online registration. Registration assistance is also available in the Electronic Enrollment Services Lab. HELPFUL HINTS FOR REGISTRATION: You must be admitted to the College and have met the assessment test requirements prior to registration. A registration date and time is required to use the Internet except during open enrollment and after the term has begun. To obtain registration date and time information, access the Internet at edu and follow the steps listed above for online registration. To protect confidentiality, you should conduct his/her own registration. The registration system will prevent time conflicts, multiple registrations in the same course, and placement on multiple waiting lists. If the Internet registration system is busy, the best times to access the system is Monday - Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. WAITING LISTS: Waiting lists are maintained for all full classes. The student must be eligible for the class before being placed on the waiting list. This means that the student must have met the class prerequisites and not be in a class which conflicts in time with the one that is being requested. The student must attend the class and be present to be moved from the Wait List into official enrollment. Wait List placement does not constitute official enrollment. Fees are assessed and payable at the time the student is moved into full enrollment. A student on a Wait List with an administrative hold that prohibits registration or a student who is absent from class will be dropped from the Wait List. Wait List During Registration To be placed on the Wait List for a full class, the student must attempt to enroll in the class during Registration and accept the offer of Wait list assignment or click the Add to Wait List option in the Open Class List. The instructor admits students to the class based upon their position on the waiting list at the close of Registration. To be moved from the Wait List, the student must attend class and be present, if the instructor accepts additional students from the waiting list. If a student is not present, the instructor admits the next student on the waiting list. If there are no students on the waiting list, or all waiting list students have been admitted, then the instructor may admit other students who show up at the first class meeting. Wait List Add Procedure A student who places himself/herself on the Wait List after the class begins is admitted only with permission of the instructor. The student must attend the class and be present to be considered for movement from the Wait List. HOW TO ADD A COURSE: Once classes begin, there are two methods for adding a class: Wait List Add Procedure: Log in to Online Registration and do the following: Enter the five digit course code and hit the ADD COURSE CODE button (This is located at the bottom area of your class schedule). You will receive a message saying Class has already started and will be given the option of selecting the Put me on the Waiting List button. When you are successfully added to the Wait List, you get a message saying, You have been added to the Waiting List for Class Code XXXXX. Once you have been added to the Wait List be sure to ATTEND THE NEXT CLASS MEETING AND REQUEST PERMISSION FROM THE INSTRUCTOR TO BE ADDED TO THE CLASS FROM THE WAIT LIST. Instructor Add Memo Procedures: Attend the class on the first day to request instructor permission to add the course. If permission is granted, complete the information requested on the Instructor Add Memorandum. This form will be available in class. The course will be added by the Admissions & Records Office within 24 hours of receipt of the Instructor Add Memorandum submitted by the faculty member. Students are notified via their student account when successfully added or when there is a problem that must be resolved. HOW TO DROP A COURSE: DROP: Use the Internet to drop a course. Log into Online Registration and click the Drop button next to the class you wish to drop. If a registration cycle is underway for a term other than the one for which you wish to drop a course, be sure to select the correct term. HOW TO GET GRADES Online 1 Click Online Registration. 2 Read all information and instructions carefully. To protect confidentiality, it is best that each student obtain his/her own grades. 3 LOG-IN: Enter Delta ID number and birthdate or PIN (Personal Identification Number). 4 Click the Log-In button. If the password is correct, the registration screen will appear. 5 To obtain grades: Select the term for which grades are requested on the pull down menu. PRESS the change terms button after term is selected. Grades will appear on screen. To obtain a complete listing of grades from 1983 to present, select the academic history option. 6 Log-Out: To end registration, click the log out button. Note: Please refer to the Registration Calendar for dates the online system is unavailable. Online Class Registration How do I register for an Internet course? Enroll as you would for other classes. Once registration closes, follow the Waiting List Add Procedure. Your enrollment will be granted based on space availability and meeting the course prerequisite(s). If I m on the waiting list, how do I enroll in the class? Students on the waiting list for Internet courses should the instructor using their Delta College student address to request enrollment in the course. Include your name, Delta I.D. number, course code, and confirm that you would like to be moved from the wait list to full enrollment. You ll be moved from the wait list to full enrollment on a space available basis. s missing the required information cannot be processed. A response will be sent to your Delta College account. Do not include your social security number. To find your student address, refer to page 6 under Step 1: Admissions/Student Accounts. How do I find an instructor s address? Instructor addresses are generally assigned in the following manner the initial of the instructor s first name followed by the last For example, john smith s address would be You may also contact the College operator at How do I add if the class and the wait list are full? Students who are not on the waiting list but are interested in adding an Internet course should the instructor using their Delta College student address to request access to the class wait list. Include your name, Delta I.D. number, and course code. A response will be sent to your Delta College address. Once access is granted, log into Online Registration and place yourself on the wait list using the Add Procedure. Should I do anything before class(es) start? Yes! Check the Online Classes information and: Review the Technical Requirements for Internet Courses. Familiarize yourself with the Sample Class information. Carefully review Frequently Asked Questions. Get class materials, including the textbook, in preparation for your first Iogin.
10 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 9 Six Easy Steps for New Students (Continued) Identify the platform on which your class is taught. * Oftentimes the course outline and specific log in instructions are included with the textbook. How do I identify the platform on which my class is taught? Internet classes are taught from several different platforms. To identify the platform for your Internet class, you must click on Online Classes on the Delta College home page, then click on Online Class List Login. Sign on with your Delta College I.D. number and PIN or date of birth mmddyy. Each Internet class in which you are enrolled shows the platform on which it is taught. Courses taught on ecollege and Etudes can be accessed by clicking on the course code. Login instructions for courses taught on other platforms are provided directly from the instructor. Please note that textbooks for classes taught on other platforms must be purchased at the Delta College Bookstore prior to attempting Iogin because the class materials contain codes required for Iogin. After registering, how do I know when to log in to my class? The actual course material will not be available until the first day of class. What is my Iogin? Classes taught on ecollege or Etudes platforms are accessed by using your Delta College I.D. number as the Iogin. The password is the date of birth entered as mmddyy unless a PIN has been created. If you have created a PIN through online registration, the PIN is your password. Do not confuse your student Iogin information with online class Iogin. They serve two separate functions. Classes taught on other platforms are accessed by using codes provided in the course textbook and from the instructor. To find out what your Delta College ID number is: 1. Log on to the registration system as you normally would. You will see that you have the option of using your Delta ID number or your social security number. Use your social security number for the first log in. 2. Enter your password beneath the SSN block. Note that the password is the same for both types of log ins (Delta ID or SSN). 3. Once you have logged on, you will see the normal greeting with your name. Just below this, you will find your Delta ID number. Please write down your Delta ID number and use it to access your records in the future. What do I do if l m having trouble logging on? Assistance with Iogin problems is provided in several ways. You must first identify the platform upon which your class is taught. Once you identify it, click on the related link for that platform. Specific platform information is listed below: ecollege Platform You may request help from the Delta Online Helpdesk for technical problems. Questions concerning class assignments, due dates, etc. should be directed to the instructor. Contact information is available from the Online Classes link from the college homepage. the Delta Online Helpdesk at or phone (303) Etudes Platforms You may request help from the Etudes Online Helpdesk for technical problems. Questions concerning class assignments, due dates, etc. should be directed to the instructor. Contact information is available from the Online Classes link from the college homepage. Follow this link to the help desk website: or phone (209) Publisher Platform(s) You must first purchase the textbook. Part of your Iogin information is contained in the class materials. Without that information, you will not be able to login. Then you must check your student . Your instructor will provide Iogin information at your student address. If you are still having problems logging in after you have read the intructor s and purchased the textbook, you must contact your instructor via . Do I have to Iogin the first day of class? It is highly recommended that you Iog in on the first day of class. Some instructors drop students who do not log in within the first few days. Will my Internet instructor contact me? Some Internet instructors contact their students via . Some do not. If you have not heard from your instructor by the first week of class, you should Iogin and begin working. If you are having any problems, contact your instructor by for assistance. Step 5. COLLEGE FEES Registration means enrolling in courses. An online application for admission and assessment testing, if necessary, must be completed prior to registration. A student may register for classes on or after his or her scheduled appointment, but not before. See the registration calendar for registration information, dates and times. Registration may be done online at Fees are due at the time of registration. Once registered, you will receive an in your student account with fee payment information. Payment may be made by: MasterCard or Visa online at my.deltacollege.edu. Click New/Returning Students tab, select Pay Fees Online (under Register for Classes section). Check or money order mailed to: Admissions & Records 5151 Pacific Ave. Stockton, CA Note: Access to student records and future registration is prohibited until fees are paid in full. FEES, TUITION, & EXPENSES Mandatory fees include: California Residents *Enrollment Fee...$ per unit Residents of Other States/Countries *Enrollment Fee... $ **Non-Resident Tuition...$ Total Per Unit... $ * Fees subject to change by the California Legislature. ** Non-Resident Tuition is set by the College Governing Board and is due in addition to Enrollment Fee. A student who has recently moved to California, or moved from California and returned, should check the specific residency requirements which are described in the College catalog or on the Admissions and Records web pages. (See AB540 exemption information under Other Fees and Expenses). AB540 - EXEMPTION FROM NON-RESIDENT TUITION U.S. citizens, permanent residents, undocumented persons, and persons holding a visa which allows for the establishment of residency may qualify for an Exemption from Nonresident Tuition, if the following criteria are met: Three full years of attendance in a California high school, and California high school diploma, G.E.D. or C.H.S.P.E., and U.S. citizenship, or Permanent residency status, or Possession of a non-immigrant alien visa, and application for a change of status with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services on file, or Undocumented status with application for change of status on file with USCIS, or Undocumented status with intention to file for change of status when eligible. To request an exemption from Nonresident Tuition, students must complete a Student Affidavit for Exemption from Non-Resident Tuition, and submit it with required documentation. The form is available in the Admissions and Records Office, Holt 101or on the Admissions and Records web pages under Forms.
11 10 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 Six Easy Steps for New Students (Continued) OTHER FEES & EXPENSES Parking Permits Parking at San Joaquin Delta College is subject to payment of a specified fee which is subject to change. Visitors who park in metered zones or who display a valid visitor parking permit are except. Parking permits may be purchased in the Bookstore located in Danner Hall, or daily permits may be purchased at the yellow daily permit machines in all parking lots. Vehicles will be ticketed commencing August 24, 2009 Parking Permits: Semester Fee Summer Fee Automobiles $20.00 $10.00 Motorcycle $16.00 $ 8.00 Daily (coins only) $.50 $.50 Optional fees include: Student Representation Fee*... $ 1.00 Associated Student Body Card**... $ 8.00 (Available in ASB Office located in Shima Lounge) * A student may decline to pay the Student Representation Fee for religious, political, financial, or moral reasons. ** Purchase in the Delta Bookstore & pick up in the ASB Office Textbook and supplies vary per class per semester. See the Bookstore for pricing. Coursespecific laboratory and supply fees may be charged. A Textbook Loan Program is available in the Library. REFUND INFORMATION Refund Policy If a student drops a class or withdraws from San Joaquin Delta College, the student is not necessarily entitled to a refund. Refunds will be given for classes dropped by the published refund deadline. For late starting and short term classes, see the refund date printed in the Schedule of Classes or on the student registration receipt. Procedure for Requesting Refunds Obtain a Refund Request form from the Admissions and Records Office, Holt 101 or on the Admissions and Records web pages under Forms. Submit the completed Refund Request form to the Admissions and Records office, Holt 101. For parking permit refunds, attach the unused parking permit to the Refund Request form. Parking permit refunds will be granted only if all on-campus classes are dropped no later than the published deadlines. All Refund Request forms must be submitted and received no later than the final date to qualify for a refund. Qualifying date is generally two weeks after the refund date. Refunds are subject to a $10.00 processing fee. Refunds are processed by the Business Office and all disbursements are mailed to the address provided. STEP 6. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Inquire about eligibility for a fee waiver and financial aid in Holt 101, or complete the Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver Application. Application materials and program information can be found on the financial aid web site- finaid.deltacollege.edu or in the student portal (mydeltacollege.edu). Reading, English Composition Requirements English Composition Students are strongly urged to enroll in the appropriate English composition class as soon as possible. COMPOSITION Level III ENGLISH 1A Level II ENGLISH 79 (Prepares for entry into ENG 1A and satisfies the Associate Degree requirement.) Level I ENGLISH 70 (Prepares for entry into Eng 79 or Eng 87 with successful completion.) Reading Students who place at Level I in reading and wish to enroll in a course with a corerequisite of reading must enroll in reading. Students who score Level I in reading and wish to enroll in a course with a prerequisite of reading Level II must reach Level II before they will be allowed to enroll. READING Level I READING 98 and READING 90 or READING 91 A, B, C, D, E, F or READING 97A-I English As A Second Language (ESL) ESL students who do not have a United States of America high school diploma and foreign students will be placed based upon an ESL assessment. ESL students who do have a United States of America high school diploma may either use the ESL assessment or the reading section of the assessment/placement assessment and the reading requirements above. ESL (Fulfills the Reading requirement) Level I ENG 86 G ENG 85 program ENG 84 program ENG 83 program ENG 82 program ENG 80/81 program
12 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 11 Financial aid is designed to help meet direct educational expenses including tuition, books, supplies, transportation, and related living costs, and is available to eligible students in the form of grants, student loans, and employment programs. Dollar amounts for individual aid programs vary from a minimum of $200 to a $4,050 maximum. Eligible students are usually awarded a financial aid package, which includes funding from a combination of aid programs. Applications for academic year are available in early January with a March 2, 2010, priority deadline; however, students may apply at any time during the academic year. Applications are processed in the order received, and funds are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. HOW TO APPLY: Each financial aid program has varying eligibility criteria and varying dollar awards. Students must: 1. Pick up an application packet in the Admissions, Records and Financial Aid Office, Holt 101. Each packet will include applications and information for completing a student financial aid file. 2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and mail it in the envelope attached to the application, or file an online application at www. fafsa.ed.gov. Financial aid application workshops are offered in the e-services Lab, located in Goleman 128. For workshop dates and times please check the Delta College Web site. California residents may also apply for the Cal Grant Program. In addition to the FAFSA, Cal Grant applicants must complete an additional form by March Complete and return all other documents to Delta College s Financial Aid Office, Holt 101. Please Note: The process for determining eligibility can take an average of two to four weeks. The sooner a student applies, the sooner qualification can be determined. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are awarded each year to students by local donors. Transfer and non-transfer students are eligible to apply from January through March 2nd for awards made in late June. Selection criteria vary, but may include financial need, academic achievement, or personal qualifications. ENROLLMENT FEE ASSISTANCE: BOGW FEE WAIVER The State of California has provided an assistance program to waive the enrollment fee for low income students. Students who are California residents may qualify for a fee waiver through the Board Financial Assistance Program by one of the following three methods: METHOD A: If the student receives ONE of the following forms of public assistance: FINANCIAL AID Help for College Costs TANF RECIPIENTS TANF Warrant or check issued in the student s name (or the parent s name) for the same month in which the student files this application or one month before - OR Agency Certification - Untaxed Income Form. May be obtained from the Financial Aid and Veterans Services Office and must be completed by the Human Services Agency. SSI RECIPIENTS MEDS Card (Medical Eligibility Data System) or copy of the SSI check. Request from the Medi-Cal Unit of Human Services. DECEASED/DISABLED VETERAN S DEPENDENTS OR NATIONAL GUARD DEPENDENTS may also qualify for a fee waiver: Certification is provided by the California Department of Veterans Affairs or Student s County Veterans Service Office OR Fee Waiver certification provided by the California National Guard Adjutant General s Office. METHOD B: A BOG Fee Waiver (BOGW) Method B may be awarded to low-income students. Qualification is based upon the student s (or parent s) income and household size. Colleges may ask the student to provide documentation of income, such as a copy of the 2005 U.S. Income Tax Return. Students are required to provide documentation if it is requested. METHOD C: A BOG Fee Waiver (BOGW) Method C may be awarded to financial aid applicants who are California residents and who have applied and show financial need through the processed FAFSA application. For fee waiver applications, please contact the Financial Aid Office in Holt 101, or download an application from the Financial Aid website: finaid.deltacollege.edu. LOANS The Federal Family Education Loan Program offers educational loans from local banks and lending institutions ranging up to $2,625 for dependent, first-year students and $3,500 for dependent, second-year students. Independent students may borrow up to $4,000 per year. These loans must be repaid with interest. Program participants must maintain continued eligibility and must remain enrolled in at least six units throughout the fall and spring semesters. Students dropping below half time will automatically be placed in a repayment status. To apply for a federal loan, students must first file a completed FASFA. After the FAFSA apllication has been completed and verified, applicants must then sign up for a scheduled Entrance Counseling Session. There the student will receive further information, including a list of banks and lending institutions and application materials. Extended Opportunity Programs and Services EOPS also provides financial aid and economic services for qualified economically challenged students. See Services Available to Students. Do You Need Money for College? Act Fast and You Could Receive a Cal Grant Cash Award of up to $1,551! The Cal Grant Deadline is March 2nd! To apply you must: 1. Be a California Resident and attend a California College. 2. Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 2nd. To apply online, go to finaid.deltacollege.edu or pickup a FAFSA in Holt Submit a GPA Verification Form* to the California Student Aid Commission. These forms are available in the Financial Aid Office. *Note: In most cases, we may be able to transmit your Delta College GPA electronically to the California Student Aid Commission. Students whose GPA s have been electronically submitted will be notified by at their Delta College address. Find out more about this and other financial aid opportunities. Stop by the Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Services (Holt 101), or visit our web site: finaid.deltacollege.edu, or call us, (209)
13 12 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 PRIORITY REGISTRATION SYSTEM The objective of priority registration is to give preference to students based on the variables listed below.the priority system gives a weighted count to each student. This is calculated automatically at the time a student is assigned a registration appointment. Priority registration appointments are based on the following factors: 1. Number of Delta AA-Appropriate Units Completed: 1-15 = = = = = = = = +1 More than 110 Units Completed = 0 2. Highest Degree Earned or Eligible for: Lower Priority will be assigned to students who have received a BA/BS or higher degree at any accredited institution: BA/BS Degree = Declared Goal: Priority for declaration of an AA/AS, transfer, certificate, or retraining as one of top four educational goals = Assessment Requirements Met: Priority for completion of the Matriculation Assessment requirements = Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA): Priority for cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 or greater over a cumulative GPA below 2.0. Additional priority for a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater GPA will be based on AA/AS Degree - applicable courses and priority for GPA will be given only to those students whose GPA is based on 15 or more units: 2.0 to 2.99 of AA/AS units = or better of AA/AS units = Student Education Plan Completed: Preference will be given to students who have filed a Student Education Plan (SEP) = Academic Rehabilitation: Priority for completion of the rehabilitation process = +1 8a. Progress Probation: Lower priority if more than 50% of grades are W, I, or NC in consecutive semesters = 1 8b. Academic Probation: Lower priority for students who are recorded as being on academic probation = Guidance Orientation and Study Skills Classes: Priority will be given to students who complete any of the following guidance/orientation or study skills courses: GUID 1, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 19, 75, 75A, 85 or English 33A = +1 Priority will be given to students who complete a Guidance 100 course. This priority will be given only for the first semester after the credit has been recorded = Identified EOPS and DSPS Students = a. Identified Active or Former Member of the Armed Services = b. Verified Veteran Dependent = +1 For more information contact Admissions and Records at (209) , Holt 101
14 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 13 ASSOCIATE in ARTS DEGREE Check the college website for the latest requirements at Associate in Arts Degree Check the College Website for the latest requirements at Requirements for the Major or Area of Emphasis Students must complete a minimum of eighteen (18) semester units as defined in an Area of Emphasis. An Area of Emphasis is considered to be a broader group of courses than a major and includes the Interdisciplinary Studies degrees. OR Students must complete a minimum of eighteen (18) semester units as defined in a Major. Students should consult the latest edition of the College Catalog or College Website for specific Major and/or Area of Emphasis requirements. The General Education Requirements Students must complete one of the following General Education patterns: Completion of San Joaquin Delta College Associate Degree General Education pattern with a minimum of twenty-four (24) semester units. OR Completion of California State University General Education pattern. OR Completion of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum - CSU version (IGETC/CSU) General Education pattern. Students planning to transfer should see a counselor to choose the appropriate courses to complete the entire CSU or IGETC General Education pattern. Unit Requirement Student must complete of not less than sixty (60) associate degree applicable semester units of course work with not less than a 2.0 cumulative grade point average. Competency Requirement A minimum competency must be demonstrated by a grade of C or higher in courses offered in satisfaction of written communication, oral communication, and quantitative reasoning (IV Learning Skills). Residence Requirement Of the minimum required sixty (60) semester units, the student must complete: The last twelve (12) semester units and attend during the semester of qualification for graduation at San Joaquin Delta College. OR A total of at least twenty-four (24) units at San Joaquin Delta College. Units earned through Credit by Examination do not apply to the residency requirement.
15 14 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Interdisciplinary Studies Associate in Arts Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts and Humanities Option Interdisciplinary Studies: Business Option Interdisciplinary Studies: Communication Option Interdisciplinary Studies: Mathematics and Science Option Interdisciplinary Studies: Social and Behavioral Option Applied Science and Technology Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Agriculture Emphasis in Engineering Emphasis in Technical Education Associate in Science Agriculture Business Architectural Drafting Caterpillar Dealer Service Technician Computer Networking Technology Correctional Science Diesel Equipment Technician Engineering Technology: Civil Specialization Engineering Technology: Electro-Mechanical Specialization Engineering Technology: Mechanical Specialization Fire Science Fluid Power and Automation Technology Heating and Air Conditioning Refrigeration Heavy Equipment Technician Horticulture Law Enforcement Business Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Business Associate in Science Accounting Computer Networking Software Computer Science Office Management English Language Arts Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Communications Emphasis in Humanities Family and Consumer Sciences Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Family and Consumer Sciences Associate in Science Baking and Pastry Communication: Speech Language Pathology Assistant Culinary Arts Fine Arts and Communication Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Communications Emphasis in Humanities Emphasis in Technical Education Music Health Sciences Division Associate in Arts Radiological Technology Vocational Nursing Associate in Science Nursing (Registered Nurse) Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Natural Sciences Science and Mathematics Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Engineering Emphasis in Natural Sciences Social Science Division Associate in Arts Emphasis in Humanities Emphasis in Social Sciences Limitation on Enrollment A condition of enrollment, which limits how students qualify for a particular program. Limitations apply to courses that include public performance or intercollegiate competition where a tryout or audition is necessary. Some courses require formal admission to a particular program in order to enroll (e.g., Apprenticeships, Associate Degree Nursing, Caterpillar Dealer Service Technology Apprenticeship, Fire Academy, Peace Officer Academy, Psychiatric Technician, Radiologic Technology, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, and Vocational Nursing). Refer to the College Catalog for more information.
16 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 15 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY General Education Pattern This certificate is designed for the student who intends to transfer to a California State University. Certification of completion of this certificate of achievement will fulfill lower division General Education Requirements at all CSU campuses and eliminate the need to complete additional lower division general education requirements at the transfer campus. Each candidate for the bachelor s degree from a California State University (CSU) institution shall complete a pattern of forty-eight (48) semester units of general education courses in addition to courses in American History and Institutions. A student may complete a maximum of thirty-nine (39) of the forty-eight (48) units at San Joaquin Delta College. The San Joaquin Delta College forty-two (42) unit requirement allows students to meet both the CSU General Education pattern and the CSU s requirement for American History and Institutions. Students completing the CSU general education pattern will meet the general education requirements of San Joaquin Delta College s Associate Degree. Students must file an application for CSU-GE certification with Evaluators in the Admissions and Records Office (www.deltacollege.edu/dept/ar/admissions/evaluations.html ) at the end of the semester in which all courses have been completed. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor to develop an Student Education Plan. Counseling appointments may be scheduled online by selecting Counseling under Student Resources on the Delta College homepage, or by calling the Guidance and Counseling Office at (209) Failure to consult with a counselor may unnecessarily delay progress toward transfer. Courses shall be selected for Areas A-E below: A. ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION AND CRITICAL THINKING: A minimum of nine (9) units is required to include one course from each group. 1. Oral Communication # Communication Studies 001A 2. Written Communication # English 001A 3. Critical Thinking # Communication Studies 005 English 001B, 001D Philosophy 030 B. SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING: A minimum of ten (10) units is required, to include at least one course from each group listed below. A laboratory course from either Group 1 or 2 must be included. In order for a 001L, 002L, or 010L laboratory course to count as the required lab course, the corresponding lecture course is also required. 1. Physical Science Astronomy 001, 001L* Chemistry 001A*, 001B*, 003A*, 003B*, 012A*, 012B* Geography 001, 001L* Geology 001A*, 010, 015, 016 Physical Science 001 Physics 002A*, 004A*, 010* Plant Science 014* 2. Life Science Animal Husbandry Sciences 010, 010L* Anthropology 002, 002L* Biology 001*, 002*, 003*, 010*, 011*, 031*, 032*, 033* Natural Resources 002 Plant Science 010, 010L* 3. Mathematics Quantitative Reasoning# Mathematics 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 010, 012, 013, 017A, 020, 022, 038A, 038B, 039 Psychology 002 C. ARTS, HUMANITIES: A minimum of nine (9) units is required, to include at least three units from Group 1 and Arts Art 001A, 001B, 001C, 002, 002A, 003, 004, 006, 007A, 020A, 033A, 040A, 064A Drama 010, 016A, 016B English 030 Fashion 008 Horticulture 004 Interior Design 008 Music 001, 002A, 002B, 004, 007, 008 Photography 001A 2. Humanities Civilization 003 English 034, 035, 037, 038, 039, 040A, 040B, 042A, 042B, 043C, 043D, 045, 046A, 046B, 052 Humanities 003, 014A, 014B Philosophy 006, 040, 045, 050 Religion 014A, 014B 3. Foreign Language Any one course in the sequence or any two courses in the sequence French 005 Sign Language 001, 002, 003, 004 Spanish 001A, 002A D. SOCIAL SCIENCES: A minimum of twelve (12) units is required, to include at least six units from each group. (*) 1. U.S. History/U.S. Constitution/ California State and Local Government** Option 1 ** For U.S. History/U.S. Constitution: History 017A California State and Local Government, one of the following: History 027, 030B, 034 or Political Science 001. OR Option 2 ** For U.S. History, one of the following: History 017A, 017B, 027, 030A, 030B, 031 and for U.S. Constitution and California State and Local Government: Political Science 001. D. (Continued) 2. Human Social, Political, and Economic Institutions A minimum of six (6) units from at least two separate disciplines. Administration of Justice 021 Agriculture Business 012 Anthropology 001, 006, 010 Biology 030+ Business 008, 026 Child Development 021 Communication Studies 007****, 011**** Economics 001A, 001B Geography 002, 003, 010 History 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, 006A, 006B, 006C, 037 Political Science 002, 003, 005 Psychology 001, 003+, 004, 030+ Social Science 030**** Sociology 001A, 001B, 024, 027, 033**** E. LIFE-LONG UNDERSTANDING AND SELF- DEVELOPMENT: A minimum of three (3) units is required.*** Anthropology 004 Biology 030+ Child Development 026 Communication Studies 003 Computer Science 011 English 033G Family and Consumer Sciences 002, 003, 005, 006, 023 Guidance 008 Health Education 001, 030 Humanities 004 Physical Education 001D, 009A Psychology 003+, 024, 030+ Effective - Fall 2009 NOTES: * indicates laboratory course ** indicates Meets Title requirement *** indicates Entire three units may not be selected from Physical Education **** indicates CSU Sacramento Race and Ethnicity in American society general education requirement + Course may be listed in more than one area but may not be used to certify more than one area (#) indicates with a C grade or better NOTICE TO STUDENTS Selection of courses from this list may be affected by one or more factors, including choice of major, university transfer requirements, or prerequisite or sequencing requirements. Failure to plan appropriately WILL adversely affect timely graduation and/or transfer. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor in developing an individual education plan. Counseling services are available in Danner Hall Room 205, (209)
17 16 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) California State University (CSU) Version This certificate is designed for the student who intends to transfer to the California State University (CSU) System and chooses to complete IGETC to satisfy lower division general education requirements. Completion and certification of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) permits students to transfer from San Joaquin Delta College to a campus of the California State University (CSU) without the need to take additional courses after transfer to satisfy the lower division general education requirements. The California State University has an American Institutions (AI) requirement that is separate from IGETC requirements. Courses used to satisfy this requirement are listed in IGETC Area 3 and 4. CSU campuses have the discretion whether to allow courses used to satisfy the CSU AI graduation requirement to count in both IGETC areas and to also meet the AI graduation requirement. Students are strongly advised to consult with a counselor or visit to determine which courses to complete to satisfy the CSU AI requirement. Failure to do so may lead to incorrect course selection and may delay transfer. Students must file an application for IGETC certification with evaluators in the Admissions and Records Office immediately upon completion of IGETC coursework. Selection of courses from this list may be affected by one or more factors, including choice of major, university transfer requirements, or prerequisite or sequencing requirements. Failure to plan appropriately will adversely affect timely graduation and/or transfer. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor to develop a Student Education Plan. Counseling appointments may be scheduled online by selecting Counseling under Student Resources on the Delta College homepage (www.deltacollege.edu), or by calling the Guidance and Counseling Office at (209) Minimum Units Required: 34 All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. AREA 1 COMMUNICATION 3 courses, 9 semester units) GROUP A: ENGLISH COMPOSITION (1 course, 3 semester units) English 001A GROUP B: CRITICAL THINKING ENGLISH COMPOSITION (1 course, 3 semester units) English 001B, 001D GROUP C: ORAL COMMUNICATION (1 course, 3 semester units) Communication Studies 001A AREA 2 MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS and QUANTITATIVE REASONING (1 course, 3 semester units) Mathematics 001+, 002, 003, 004, 012, 013+, 020, 022, 038A+, 038B+, 039+ Psychology 002 NOTICE TO STUDENTS Courses used to satisfy this certificate must have been IGETC approved during the semester in which the course was completed. For a complete listing of courses and approval dates, log on to org or see a counselor or evaluator for a list of course approval dates. IGETC may not be the best choice to satisfy general education requirements for majors that require extensive lower division major preparation. See a counselor or consult for additional IGETC considerations. AREA 3 ARTS and HUMANITIES (At least 3 courses, 9 semester units) At least one course from the Arts and one from the Humanities. ART COURSES: Art 001A, 001B, 001C, 002, 002A, 003+ Drama 010, 016A, 016B English 030 Music 001+, 002A, 002B, 004, 007, 008 HUMANITIES COURSES: Anthropology 004 Chinese 003, 004 Civilization 003 English 035, 037, 038, 039, 040A, 040B, 042A, 042B, 043C, 043D, 045, 046A, 046B, 052 French 003, 004, 005 German 003, 004 History 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, 006A, 006B, 006C, 017A***, 017B***, 027***, 030A***, 030B***, 031***, 034, 037 Humanities 003, 004, 014A, 14B Japanese 003, 004 Philosophy 006, 040, 045, 050 Religion 014A, 014B Sign Language 003 Spanish 003, 004 AREA 4 SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (At least 3 courses, 9 semester units) Courses from at least two disciplines or an interdisciplinary sequence. Anthropology 001, 006, 010 Biology 030 Business 026 Child Development 021+ Communication Studies 007 Economics 001A, 001B Political Science 001***, 002, 003, 005 Psychology 001, 003, 004, 030 Social Science 030 Sociology 001A, 001B, 024, 027, 033 AREA 5 - PHYSICAL and BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (At least 2 courses required, 7-9 semester units) One Physical Science course and one Biological Science course; at least one must include a laboratory. PHYSICAL SCIENCE COURSES: *Indictes a laboratory course. Astronomy 001, 001L* Chemistry 001A*, 001B*, 003A+*, 003B*, 012A*, 012B* Geography 001, 001L* Geology 001A*, 010+, 015, 016 Physical Science 001+ Physic 002A+*, 004A+*, 010+* Plant Science 014* BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COURSES: *Indictes a laboratory course. Anthropology 002, 002L* Biology 001*, 002*, 003*, 010+*, 011*, 031*, 032*, 033* Plant Science 010, 010L* Effective - Fall 2009 *CHEM 003B and 012A combined: maximum credit, one course. ***Courses which satisfy the American Institutions Requirement +Transfer credit may be limited by CSU. Students should consult a counselor or visit for additional information. Please seek the advise of a counselor if you have any additional questions.
18 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 17 AREA 1 COMMUNICATION 2 courses, 6 semester units) GROUP A: ENGLISH COMPOSITION (1 course, 3 semester units) English 001A INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) University of California (UC) Version This certificate is designed for the student who intends to transfer to the University of California (UC) System and chooses to complete IGETC to satisfy lower division general education requirements. Completion and certification of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) permits students to transfer from San Joaquin Delta College to a campus of the University of California without the need to take additional courses after transfer to satisfy the lower division general education requirements. The University of California has an American Institutions (AI) requirement that is separate from IGETC requirements. Courses indicated by *** will satisfy the AI requirement but may not also satisfy the area in which it is listed. An additional course must be completed to satisfy the general education requirement for that area. See ** below for additional instructions on completing the AI requirement. Students must file an application for IGETC certification with evaluators in the Admissions and Records Office immediately upon completion of IGETC coursework. Selection of courses from this list may be affected by one or more factors, including choice of major, university transfer requirements, or prerequisite or sequencing requirements. Failure to plan appropriately will adversely affect timely graduation and/or transfer. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor to develop a Student Education Plan. Counseling appointments may be scheduled online by selecting Counseling under Student Resources on the Delta College homepage (www.deltacollege.edu), or by calling the Guidance and Counseling Office at (209) Minimum Units Required: 34 All courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. GROUP B: CRITICAL THINKING ENGLISH COMPOSITION (1 course, 3 semester units) English 001B, 001D GROUP C: ORAL COMMUNICATION Students transferring to a UC do not have to meet the oral communication requirement. Students using the IGETC - UC GE pattern for the Associate Degree must also take COM ST 001A. AREA 2 MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS and QUANTITATIVE REASONING (1 course, 3 semester units) Mathematics 001+, 002, 003, 004, 012, 013+, 020, 022, 038A+, 038B+, 039+ Psychology 002 AREA 3 ARTS and HUMANITIES (At least 3 courses, 9 semester units) At least one course from the Arts and one from the Humanities. ART COURSES: Art 001A, 001B, 001C, 002, 002A, 003+ Drama 010, 016A, 016B English 030 Music 001+, 002A, 002B, 004, 007, 008 HUMANITIES COURSES: Anthropology 004 Chinese 003, 004 Civilization 003 English 035, 037, 038, 039, 040A, 040B, 042A, 042B, 043C, 043D, 045, 046A, 046B, 052 French 003, 004, 005 German 003, 004 History 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, 006A, 006B, 006C, 017A***, 017B***, 027***, 030A***, 030B***, 031***, 034, 037 Humanities 003, 004, 014A, 14B Japanese 003, 004 Philosophy 006, 040, 045, 050 Religion 014A, 014B Sign Language 003 Spanish 003, 004 AREA 4 SOCIAL and BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (At least 3 courses, 9 semester units) Courses from at least two disciplines or an interdisciplinary sequence. Anthropology 001, 006, 010 Biology 030 Business 026 Child Development 021+ Communication Studies 007 Economics 001A, 001B Political Science 001***, 002, 003, 005 Psychology 001, 003, 004, 030 Social Science 030 Sociology 001A, 001B, 024, 027, 033 AREA 5 - PHYSICAL and BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (At least 2 courses required, 7-9 semester units) One Physical Science course and one Biological Science course; at least one must include a laboratory. PHYSICAL SCIENCE COURSES: *Indictes a laboratory course. Astronomy 001, 001L* Chemistry 001A*, 001B*, 003A+*, 003B*^, 012A*^, 012B* Geography 001, 001L* Geology 001A*, 010+, 015, 016 Physical Science 001+ Physic 002A+*, 004A+*, 010+* Plant Science 014* BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COURSES: *Indictes a laboratory course. Anthropology 002, 002L* Biology 001*, 002*, 003*, 010+*, 011*, 031*, 032*, 033* Plant Science 010, 010L* NOTICE TO STUDENTS Courses used to satisfy this certificate must have been IGETC approved during the semester in which the course was completed. For a complete listing of courses and approval dates, log on to or see a counselor or evaluator for a list of course approval dates. IGETC may not be the best choice to satisfy general education requirements for majors that require extensive lower division major preparation. See a counselor or consult admissions/ or for additional IGETC considerations. Area 6 - Language Other Than English Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language. The following course(s) at SJDC fulfill this UC requirement: Chinese 002, 003, 004, 054 French 002, 003, 004, 054 German 002, 003, 004, 054 Italian 002, 003, 004, 054 Japanese 002, 003, 004, 054 Sign Language 002,003, 004 Spanish 054, 002, 002A, 003, 004, 005, 006 Effective - Fall 2009 Courses listed in multiple areas shall not be certified in more than one area except for courses in Language other than English, which can be certified in both Area 3 and Area 6. *Indicates laboratory course. **Students using the IGETC pattern for transfer to a UC campus may have satisfied the American Institutions requirement through high school course work. Satisfactory completion in high school of a one-year course in U.S. History, or a half-year course in American Government, satisfies this requirement at all UC campuses except UC Santa Barbara, which requires a college level course. UCLA requires that the student must have earned a B average in these high school courses. Students who did not satisfy the AI requirement through high school course work may do so by taking any course indicated by *** on the IGETC. Students must take an additional course in the same IGETC area as the AI requirement to satisfy t he area general education requirement. It is highly recommended that you consult a Counselor to ensure successful transfer. ***Courses which satisfy the American Institutions Requirement. These courses may not also be used to satisfy the IGETC area. +Transfer credit may be limited by U.C. Students should consult a counselor or visit for additional information. ++Math 038A, 038B, and 039 combined: maximum credit, 5 units. ^CHEM 003B and 012A combined: maximum credit, one course.
19 18 San Joaquin Delta College Fall 2009 Associate Degree General Education Pattern The Chancellor s Office for the California Community Colleges deems that the governing board of community colleges shall establish a general education program which symbolizes a successful attempt on the part of the college to lead students through patterns of learning experiences designed to develop certain capabilities and insights. Among these are the ability to think and to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing; to use mathematics; to understand the modes of inquiry of the major disciplines; be aware of other cultures and times; to achieve insight gained through experience in thinking about ethical problems; and to develop the capacity for self-understanding. In addition to these accomplishments, the student shall possess sufficient depth in some field of knowledge to contribute to lifetime interest. General education is designed to introduce students to the variety of means through which people comprehend the modern world. It reflects the conviction of colleges that those who receive their degrees must possess in common certain basic principles, concepts and methodologies both unique to and shared by the various disciplines. College educated persons must be able to use this knowledge when evaluating and appreciating the physical environment, the culture and the society in which they live. Important Date November 13, 2009 Last Day to File for Graduation with AA, AS, or Certificate for Fall 2009 Each candidate for San Joaquin Delta College s Associate in Arts degree or Associate in Science degree shall: complete a minimum of twenty-four (24) semester units of general education coursework as indicated in categories I through V below with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. complete courses in satisfaction of general education Area IV, Learning Skills, with a grade of C or better in each course. complete a minimum of eighteen (18) semester units in a major or area of emphasis with a grade of C or better in each course. complete a minimum of sixty (60) degree applicable units with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. A course may be used to satisfy both a general education requirement and a major or area of emphasis requirement. Students planning to transfer should see a counselor for assistance in determining if the CSU-GE or IGETC general education pattern is more appropriate for their selected major. I. NATURAL SCIENCES (1 course minimum) II. Animal Husbandry Science 010 Anthropology 002 Astronomy 001 Biology 010, 011, 012 Chemistry 001A, 003A, 010 Family and Consumer Sciences 006 Geography 001 Geology 001A, 005, 010, 015, 016 Natural Resources 002 Physical Science 001 Physics 010 Plant Science 010 SOCIAL SCIENCE (1 course minimum from each group) Group A History 017A, 017B, 027, 030A, 030B, 031, 034 Political Science 001 Group B Agriculture Business 012 Anthropology 001, 010 Child Development 021, 026 Economics 001A, 001B Geography 002, 010 History 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, 006A, 006B, 006C Political Science 002, 003 Psychology 001 Social Science 030 Sociology 001A III. HUMANITIES (1 course minimum) IV. Anthropology 004 Arabic 051 and 052 Art 001A, 001B, 001C, 002, 002A, 003, 004 Chinese 001 Civilization 003 Culinary Arts 016 Drama 010, 016A, 016B English 030, 035, 037, 038, 039, 040A, 040B, 042A, 042B, 043C, 043D, 045, 046A, 046B, 047, 052, 055, 057 Fashion 008, 009, 010 French 001 German 001 Horticulture 004 Humanities 003, 004 Interior Design 008 Italian 001 Japanese 001 Music 001, 002A, 002B, 004, 007, 008 Philosophy 006, 045 Religion 014A, 014B Sign Language 001 Spanish 001, 001A, 002 Tagalog 051 and 052 Vietnamese 051 and 052 LEARNING SKILLS (1 course minimum from each group with grade of C or better in each course) Group A English 001A Group B Agriculture Business 073* Math 001, 010, 012, 013, 017A, 020, 022, 038A, 038B, 039, 082, 086* Psychology 002 *This course satifies the Learning Skills Group B requirement of the Associate Degree General Education Pattern, but is not appropriate for students planning to transfer to four-year college. It will not satisfy the prerequisite for a higher level math course. Group C Communication Studies 001A, 003, 008 V. Awareness of Self and Society (1 course minimum) Administration of Justice 021 Biology 030 Business 008, 020 Communication Studies 005, 007, 011 Computer Science 011 Education 010 English 034 Family and Consumer Sciences 002, 003, 005, 023 Guidance 008 Health Education 001 Library 003 Mass Communication 001, 004 Philosophy 030, 040 Political Science 005 Psychology 030 Sociology 001B, 027, 033 Effective - Fall 2009 NOTICE TO STUDENTS Selection of courses from this list may be affected by one or more factors, including choice of major, university transfer requirements, or prerequisite or sequencing requirements. Failure to plan appropriately WILL adversely affect timely graduation and/or transfer. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor to develop an individualized education plan. (Counseling Office, Danner Hall, Room 205, (209) ).
20 Fall 2009 San Joaquin Delta College 19 COLLEGE CREDIT FOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSES How to Apply for Credit Students who have completed articulated courses in high school may receive college credit at San Joaquin Delta College. The College is committed to comprehensive articulation of instructional programs with both secondary and postsecondary educational institutions, often referred to as articulation. The 2+2 articulation links the high school or ROP program with San Joaquin Delta Community College programs. These articulated programs lead to an Associate Degree or Certificate. The articulation adds a four-year college or university program leading to a Baccalaureate Degree where appropriate. The articulation process is a system designed to help students to advance for one course, program or educational level to the next without unnecessary repetition of essentially similar courses for which credit has been received. If you believe you may have taken an articulated course while in high school, you may wish to exercise your right to obtain college credit by completing all of the following steps: GO TO: Select: Admissions and Records Select: 2+2 Articulation Complete the following process online. Text in italics below indicated a link to an electronic form available on the 2+2 Articulation webpage. If you have taken any of the course on the List of Articulated Courses, you may qualify to obtain college credit by completing ALL of the following criteria: 1. Successfully complete the course according to the articulation agreement between the high school and Delta College. 2. File an Application for Admission to San Joaquin Delta College. 3. Request credit within two years of course completion or no later than two years after high school graduation. 4. File an Application for College Credit AND submit official/sealed transcripts from your high school/secondary school to the Admissions and Records Office, Holt 101, 5151 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA KNOW YOUR CATALOG RIGHTS Catalog Rights are the privilege of retaining course and program requirements needed for graduation as listed in the College Catalog at the time of initial enrollment in college. To retain Catalog Rights, a student must maintain continuous enrollment through the completion of requirements for graduation. Continuous enrollment is defined as earning college credit in at least one semester during an academic year without interruption of progression. An academic year begins with the Summer Intersession and includes the following fall and spring semesters. Catalogs are available online (www.deltacollege.edu) and at the Delta College Bookstore.
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