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1 PUBLIC SAFETY Human Arts and Social Sciences Division Isabel O Conn, Division Dean Division Office, Room 420 Harry Bidleman, Department Chair, (831) , x 1327 Carol Wallace, Department Contact, (831) , x: 1231 Aptos Counsel: (831) f appointment Watsonville Counsel: (831) Call (831) f me infmation PUBLIC SAFETY Criminal Justice Administration of Justice (Criminal Justice) A.S.-T Transfer Degree The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f transfer and f career opptunities in pre-law, law enfcement, crections. Specific occupations include: Police Officer, Deputy Sheriff, Community Service Officer, Crections Officer, Juvenile and Adult Probation Officer, and Emergency Services Dispatcher. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. Cabrillo offers options f degrees in Criminal Justice. The first option listed below is the Associate in Science in Administration of Justice f Transfer (A.S.- T), which is intended f students who plan to complete a bachel's degree in a similar maj at a CSU campus. Students completing these degrees are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus maj. Students completing these degrees are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not to a particular campus maj. This degree may not be the best option f students intending to transfer to a particular CSU campus to a university college that is not part of the CSU system. See Associate Degree f Transfer infmation in the Cabrillo College Catalog. The following is required f all A.A.-T A.S.-T degrees: Completion of 60 CSU-transferable semester units. Minimum grade-point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all CSU-transferable coursewk. While a minimum of 2.0 is required f admission, some majs may require a higher GPA. Completion of a minimum of 18 semester units in the maj with a letter grade of "C" better, a "P" if the course is taken on a "Pass/No Pass" basis. Certified completion of the Califnia State University General Education- Breadth pattern (CSU GE Breadth) the Intersegmental General 1 Cabrillo College Catalog Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) pattern. 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed skills f successful employment in criminal justice related jobs. 2. Analyze and explain the histical development of the American Criminal Justice System and its components including law enfcement, courts, and crections. 3. Explain the histical development and philosophy of criminal law. 4. Apply principles of the US Constitution and integrate constitutional provisions with the fundamentals of law. 5. Demonstrate a wking knowledge of the rules of evidence, the various kinds of evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. 6. Discuss criminal procedures from the point of arrest to release and the options available in the process. 7. Evaluate the ethical and legal issues encountered by professionals involved in the Criminal Justice system. CSU IGETC General Education Requirements Ce Courses (6 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice List A - Select 2 courses from the following: (6 units) CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 6 Criminal Investigation CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 10 Fensic Investigation CJ 19 Introduction to Crections List B - Select 2 courses from the following: (6-8 units) Any course(s) listed above BUS 5 Business Infmation Systems BUS 9 Business Statistics COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking CS 1 Introduction to Computers and Computer Technology... 3 and CS 1L Technology Tools MATH 2 Precalculus Algebra and MATH 3 Precalculus Trigonometry MATH 4 Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry MATH 5A Analytic Geometry and Calculus I MATH 10 Survey of College Mathematics MATH 13 Finite Mathematics PHILO 12 Symbolic Logic PS 1 Introduction to Government PS 1H Hons Introduction to Government MATH 12 Elementary Statistics MATH 12H Hons Elementary Statistics PSYCH 2A Statistics f Behavial Sciences PSYCH 1 General Psychology

2 PSYCH 1H Hons General Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems Note: All courses except CJ, BUS and CS are also general education courses. (Any Course Numbered 1-99) Total 60 Criminal Justice A. A. Degree Crections Option 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed skills f successful employment in criminal justice related jobs. 2. Analyze and explain the histical development of the American Criminal Justice System and its components including law enfcement, courts, and crections. 3. Explain the histical development and philosophy of criminal law. 4. Apply principles of the US Constitution and integrate constitutional provisions with the fundamentals of law. 5. Demonstrate a wking knowledge of the rules of evidence, the various kinds of evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. 6. Discuss criminal procedures from the point of arrest to release and the options available in the process. 7. Evaluate the ethical and legal issues encountered by professionals involved in the Criminal Justice system. Model Program in Criminal Justice An Associate Degree requires 60 units appropriate to your educational goal, to include general education and at least 18 units in a maj. Courses should be selected to meet the lower-division maj preparation requirements at your intended transfer university - these specific requirements can be found at www. assist. g f 4-year public institutions in Califnia. Please see a counsel f advisement to ensure you are taking the best possible courses given your goal. The department presents the following suggested Model Program f this maj. The courses listed below may may not be appropriate depending on your specific goal. Please see a counsel f advisement f transfer to any 4- year institution. General Education 30 Ce Courses (21-23 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 19 Introduction to Crections CJ 20 Criminal Behavi MATH 12 Elementary Statistics MATH 12H Hons Elementary Statistics BUS 9 Business Statistics Approved Electives (3-7 ) 2 CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures CJ 6 Criminal Investigation CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 10 Fensic Investigation CJ 12 Contempary Issues in the Justice System CJ 41 Narcotics Identification and Enfcement CJ 111 Self Defense f Law Enfcement CJ 155D Law Enfcement Skills and Knowledge Modules FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 183 Emergency Medical Technician-B FT 183L Emergency Medical Technician Lab COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies Electives (any course 1-99) (Any Course Numbered 1-99) Total 60 Criminal Justice A. S. Degree Crections Option The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f career opptunities in pre-law, law enfcement, crections. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed skills f successful employment in criminal justice related jobs. 2. Analyze and explain the histical development of the American Criminal Justice System and its components including law enfcement, courts, and crections. 3. Explain the histical development and philosophy of criminal law. 4. Apply principles of the US Constitution and integrate constitutional provisions with the fundamentals of law. 5. Demonstrate a wking knowledge of the rules of evidence, the various kinds of evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. 6. Discuss criminal procedures from the point of arrest to release and the options available in the process. 7. Evaluate the ethical and legal issues encountered by professionals involved in the Criminal Justice system. A. S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (21 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures

3 CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications CJ 19 Introduction to Crections CJ 20 Criminal Behavi Approved Electives (10-13 ) CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 6 Criminal Investigation CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 10 **Fensic Investigation CJ 12 Contempary Issues in the Justice System CJ 41 Narcotics Identification and Enfcement CJ 111 **Self Defense f Law Enfcement CJ 155D **Law Enfcement Skills and Knowledge Modules (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 **These courses are not transferable to four-year universities. Criminal Justice A. S. Degree The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f career opptunities in prelaw, law enfcement, crections. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. A. S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (19 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 6 Criminal Investigation CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications Approved Electives (11 ) CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 10 Fensic Investigation CJ 12 Contempary Issues in the Justice System CJ 20 Criminal Behavi CJ 41 Narcotics Identification and Enfcement CJ 111 Self Defense f Law Enfcement CJ 155D Law Enfcement Skills and Knowledge Modules FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 183 Emergency Medical Technician-B FT 183L Emergency Medical Technician Lab COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: 3 SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 Criminal Justice A. A. Degree Law Enfcement Option The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f career opptunities in pre-law, law enfcement, crections. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f career opptunities in pre-law, law enfcement, crections. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed skills f successful employment in criminal justice related jobs. 2. Analyze and explain the histical development of the American Criminal Justice System and its components including law enfcement, courts, and crections. 3. Explain the histical development and philosophy of criminal law. 4. Apply principles of the US Constitution and integrate constitutional provisions with the fundamentals of law. 5. Demonstrate a wking knowledge of the rules of evidence, the various kinds of evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. 6. Discuss criminal procedures from the point of arrest to release and the options available in the process. 7. Evaluate the ethical and legal issues encountered by professionals involved in the Criminal Justice system. Model Program f Criminal Justice--Law Enfcement Option The following Model Program fulfills requirements f an A. A. Degree in Criminal Justice/Law Enfcement at Cabrillo College. Specific lower division maj preparation at four-year public institutions in Califnia can be found at www. assist. g. Please see a counsel f advisement f transfer to any fouryear institution. A. A. General Education 30 Ce Courses (19-21 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 6 Criminal Investigation MATH 12 Elementary Statistics MATH 12H Hons Elementary Statistics BUS 9 Business Statistics Approved Electives (3-7 ) CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 12 Contempary Issues in the Justice System

4 CJ 20 Criminal Behavi CJ 41 Narcotics Identification and Enfcement CJ 10 Fensic Investigation CJ 111 Self Defense f Law Enfcement CJ 155D Law Enfcement Skills and Knowledge Modules FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 183 Emergency Medical Technician-B FT 183L Emergency Medical Technician Lab COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Any Course numbered 1-99) Total 60 Criminal Justice A. S. Degree Law Enfcement Option The Criminal Justice Program is designed to provide students with the basic theetical knowledge, that will prepare them f career opptunities in pre-law, law enfcement, crections. The program develops a high level of academic, personal, and professional competence demanded in a wide range of agencies. 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed skills f successful employment in criminal justice related jobs. 2. Analyze and explain the histical development of the American Criminal Justice System and its components including law enfcement, courts, and crections. 3. Explain the histical development and philosophy of criminal law. 4. Apply principles of the US Constitution and integrate constitutional provisions with the fundamentals of law. 5. Demonstrate a wking knowledge of the rules of evidence, the various kinds of evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. 6. Discuss criminal procedures from the point of arrest to release and the options available in the process. 7. Evaluate the ethical and legal issues encountered by professionals involved in the Criminal Justice system. A. S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (19 units) CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 4 Criminal Courts and Procedures CJ 5 Community and the Justice System CJ 6 Criminal Investigation CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications Approved Electives (11 ) CJ 3 Criminal Evidence CJ 9 Juvenile Procedures CJ 10 **Fensic Investigation CJ 12 Contempary Issues in the Justice System CJ 20 Criminal Behavi CJ 41 Narcotics Identification and Enfcement CJ 111 **Self Defense f Law Enfcement CJ 155D **Law Enfcement Skills and Knowledge Modules FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 183 Emergency Medical Technician-B FT 183L Emergency Medical Technician Lab COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 **These courses are not transferable to four-year universities. PUBLIC SAFETY Fire Technology Fire Technology A. A. Degree Today, fire service personnel are faced with a diverse and complex environment. Firefighters must be well trained to deal effectively with the fire protection problems, emergency medical care response, and hazardous materials emergencies. The Fire Technology Program at Cabrillo emphasizes basic educational skills in mathematics, chemistry, and communications, as well as fire protection curriculum designed to prepare students f careers in the fire protection field. Careers in fire protection include public fire service, fire protection engineering, and education. Positions are available in state and federal agencies and private industry. Thousands of openings f both men and women occur each year in fire service and related fields; competition is keen, however. Most fire departments require degrees certificates ofachievement as a prerequisite f promotion. High School preparation: Completion of algebra, chemistry, and physics is highly recommended. 1. Demonstrate the ability to function independently and as part of an effective management team as appropriate in all situations. 2. Apply effective verbal and written communication skills, critical thinking, and decision-making skills commensurate with a defined level of responsibility. 3. Apply fire service management techniques in the development of policies and procedures, protocols, budgets, and infmation management in day-

5 to-day operations. 4. Employ principles of strategy and tactics to managing fire operations utilizing proven safety and risk management principles. 5. Interpret ethical and legal issues that impact fire service. 6. Apply a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to assume leadership roles in fire service command and administrative duties. 7. Utilize fire service leadership techniques to manage personnel, train staff, perfm strategic planning, ganize operations, and codinate emergency non-emergency activities. A. A. General Education 30 Ce Courses (18 units) FT 1 Fire Protection Organization FT 2 Fire Prevention Technology FT 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems FT 4 Building Construction f Fire Protection FT 5 Fire Behavi and Combustion FT 6ES Principles of Emergency Services Safety and Survival.. 3 Approved Electives (6 ) FT 7 Introduction to Hazardous Materials FT 8 Wildlands Fire Control FT 9 Fire Investigation FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety CJ 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 155D Fire Technology Skills and Knowledge Modules CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PHILO 10 Ethics PHILO 10H Hons Ethics PHILO 49 Introduction to Critical Thinking PS 1 Introduction to Government PS 1H Hons Introduction to Government PSYCH 1 General Psychology PSYCH 1H Hons General Psychology PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 3 Introduction to Race and Ethnicity SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 Fire Technology A. S. Degree 1. Identify minimum qualifications and the needed entry skills f all the fire service related jobs. 2. Demonstrate the ability to analyze, appraise, evaluate fire incidents; Explain size-up, the incident command system, the 10 standard fire ders, the 18 situations that shout watch out and identify the common facts associated with injuries and deaths in the line of duty. 3. Demonstrate knowledge of the laws, regulations, codes, and standards impacting fire department operations. Explain the application of fire codes, and other regulaty codes used by fire departments to control fire and occupant safety in buildings. 4. Explain the various phases of fire behavi in buildings. Explain how the behavi of fire in an open environment differs from a fire in an enclosed environment. Describe fire extinguishing agents, how they wk, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. 5. Describe the tools, equipment, and types of fire apparatus used to extinguish fires. 6. Explain the operation of fire detection, fire suppression, and alarm systems used to extinguish and provide notification of fire. A. S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (18 units) FT 1 Fire Protection Organization FT 2 Fire Prevention Technology FT 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems FT 4 Building Construction f Fire Protection FT 5 Fire Behavi and Combustion FT 6ES Principles of Emergency Services Safety and Survival.. 3 Approved Electives (12 ) FT 7 Introduction to Hazardous Materials FT 8 Wildlands Fire Control FT 9 Fire Investigation FT 150 Career Planning f Public Safety CJ 150 Career Planning f Public Safety FT 155D Fire Technology Skills and Knowledge Modules FT 175 Hazardous Materials - First Responder Operations FT 176 Confined Space I FT 183 Emergency Medical Technician-B FT 183L Emergency Medical Technician Lab FT 188 Advanced EMS: Preparing f Paramedic Training CJ 7 Criminal Justice Written Communications COMM 1H Hons Public Speaking COMM 6 Listening COMM 7 Interpersonal Communication COMM 12 Intercultural Communication PHILO 10 Ethics PHILO 10H Hons Ethics PHILO 49 Introduction to Critical Thinking PS 1 Introduction to Government PS 1H Hons Introduction to Government

6 PSYCH 1 General Psychology PSYCH 1H Hons General Psychology PSYCH 6 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC 1H Hons Introduction to Sociology: SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems SOC 3 Introduction to Race and Ethnicity SOC 8 Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 Fire Service Management A. S. Degree Today, fire service personnel are faced with a diverse and complex environment. Firefighters must be well trained to deal effectively with the fire protection problems, emergency medical care response, and hazardous materials emergencies. The Fire Technology Program at Cabrillo emphasizes basic educational skills in mathematics, chemistry, and communications, as well as fire protection curriculum designed to prepare students f careers in the fire protection field. Students who have successfully completed a Califnia State Fire Marshals certified course in one me of the course topics may be eligible to receive credit via the credit by exam process. Please contact the Public Safety Program Chair f further infmation. 1. Demonstrate the ability to function independently and as part of an effective management team as appropriate in all situations. 2. Apply effective verbal and written communication skills, critical thinking, and decision-making skills commensurate with a defined level of responsibility. 3. Apply fire service management techniques in the development of policies and procedures, protocols, budgets, and infmation management in dayto-day operations. 4. Employ principles of strategy and tactics to managing fire operations utilizing proven safety and risk management principles. 5. Interpret ethical and legal issues that impact fire service. 6. Apply a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to assume leadership roles in fire service command and administrative duties. 7. Utilize fire service leadership techniques to manage personnel, train staff, perfm strategic planning, ganize operations, and codinate emergency non-emergency activities. A. S. General Education 21 Ce Courses (22.5 units) FT 160 Fire Management I FT 161 Fire Command 1A FT 162 Fire Command 1B FT 163 Fire Prevention 1A FT 164 Fire Prevention 1B FT 165 Fire Investigation 1A FT 166 Fire Investigation 1B FT 167 Fire Instruct 1A FT 168 Fire Instruct 1B Approved Electives (9-12 ) ACCT 1A Financial Accounting ACCT 158 Introduction to Government and Not-f-Profit Accounting BUS 67 Human Relations and Resources CABT 156 Writing f the Wkplace COMM 4 Argumentation and Persuasion CJ 170A Law Enfcement Training - PC 832 Laws of Arrest FT 155D Fire Technology Skills and Knowledge Modules HS 12 Stress Management SOC 2 Contempary Social Problems SOC 2H Hons Contempary Social Problems (Any Course numbered 1-199) Total 60 Fire Service Management Certificate of Achievement 1. Identify emergency planning tools related to incident mitigation. 2. Apply elements of the Incident Command System to all maj incidents. 3. Describe in writing and verbally, maj fire hazards. 4. Analyze the impact of fire prevention. 5. Differentiate between leaders and managers. 6. Perfm teaching demonstrations f fire vocational training. 7. Evaluate peer instructs. 8. Perfm tasks associated with incident planning. 9. Demonstrate critical thinking skills and decision making abilities f managing an emergency. Ce Courses (22.5 units) FT 160 Fire Management I FT 161 Fire Command 1A FT 162 Fire Command 1B FT 163 Fire Prevention 1A FT 164 Fire Prevention 1B FT 165 Fire Investigation 1A FT 166 Fire Investigation 1B FT 167 Fire Instruct 1A FT 168 Fire Instruct 1B Other Required Courses ENGL 100 Elements of Writing ENGL 1A/1AH/1AMC/1AMCH CABT 157 Business and Technical Writing Total

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