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1 University of California, San Diego Extension UC San Diego Extension Certificate rograms UC San Diego Exten sion Cer tif cates Can Make a Dif fer ence UC San Diego Extension introduced its first certificate program in 1966 as a vehicle for guiding and documenting post-baccalaureate study. Certificates have now become well-respected among working adults, employers, and institutions of higher learning, as evidenced by the proliferation of other such programs around the country. Today, continual changes in the workforce and the increasingly divergent needs have made the certificate program an increasingly valuable tool for personal and professional development. Who Benefts From a Certifcate rogram? n Savvy employers who understand that encouraging professional growth is one of the best ways to attract and retain talented employees. n Career-oriented employees who want to acquire specialized training, or hone existing knowledge and skills. n Skilled professionals who need to stay current with new developments in their fields. Financial Assistance UCSD Extension is proud to work with reputable lenders to provide certificate students with an alternative for funding their education. Students enrolled in Extension courses do not need to file a FAFSA form; instead, students can apply online directly with lenders to secure the funds they need to pay for tuition and book fees. Students can also apply their VA Educational benefits for academic purposes. See page 254 for more information. Certificate rograms Information UCSD Alumni Membership UCSD Extension certificate graduates are eligible to activate their UCSD Alumni membership, becoming part of a community of over 130,000 alumni and able to enjoy a wide array of benefits and discounts. For more information or to join online, visit alumni.ucsd.edu/extension or call (858) Four Easy Steps to Earn Your Certificate 1. Choose your certificate within one of our Areas of Study. 2. Review your Certificate Course Matrix (i.e. schedule of course offerings) to plan your classes. 3. Register for your certificate program online at extension.ucsd.edu/certificate. 4. Complete all required courses and your chosen electives with a grade of C- or better, within five years. 244 I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

2 University of California, San Diego Extension Certificate rograms What are the differences in Certificates? Advanced Certifcate rograms Comprised of both UC San Diego Extension courses and courses selected from UC San Diego or other local accredited universities, Advanced Certificate rograms allow students to complete degree level coursework while earning a valuable UCSD Extension certificate. By combining degree and non-degree courses, Advanced Certificate rograms are able to bridge the real world and academe. The benefits of enrolling in Advanced Certificate rograms include: n Advanced coursework designed for working professionals seeking intensive study n Academic credit for completed degree level courses should students wish to apply and are accepted for admission to the sponsor university s program, including UCSD n Guided course selection and enrollment process by faculty and staff advisors. rofessional Certifcate rograms rofessional Certificate rograms have been a mainstay at UCSD Extension since it was founded in1966. They have helped hundreds of individuals qualify for a new job, justify a promotion, or explore a new career. Completion of a professional certificate represents mastery of knowledge necessary to succeed in a field of professional/scientific practice, a high level of commitment, and academic achievement. Each pro gram consists of a minimum of 20 units of approved con tin u ing edu ca tion cred it (200 class room instruction hours). The benefits of enrolling in rofessional Certificate rograms include: n n ractical, hands-on experience in the application of theory to real-life situations rofessional networking opportunities n n Multiple instructors, representing multiple viewpoints and a breadth of issues and practices Resources from the Center for Life/Work Strategies such as career search, career advancement strategies, and career coaching. Specialized Certifcate rograms Specialized Certificate rograms offer concentrated courses of study. They are designed for individuals who seek comprehensive knowledge of and specialization within an emerging, advanced, or specialty area. These programs can complement a degree or professional certificate study. Each pro gram consists of a minimum of 9 units of approved con tin u ing edu ca tion cred it (90 class room instruction hours) and can be completed in less time than a rofessional Certificate. rofciency Certifcate rograms roficiency Certificates offer students practical skill-based training in critical industry skills. Certificate rograms Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 245

3 Certificate rograms Information Certifcate rograms Information 246 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 247 CERTIFICATE AWARDEES FOR WINTER 2015 ART, HOTOGRAHY & ERFORMING ARTS Specialized 32 Children s Book Illustration rofessional 33 Art and the Creative rocess 34 hotography: Images and Techniques BUSINESS Specialized 55 Biotechnology roject Management 55 Career Advising 55 Lean Enterprise 56 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 56 urchasing & Supply Management 56 Taxation rofessional 57 Accounting 58 Business Management 59 Facilities Management 60 Finance 61 Human Resource Management 62 Marketing 63 roject Management DIGITAL ARTS rofciency 74 AutoCAD Specialized 74 Design Media 74 Web Media rofessional 75 Digital Media Content Creation 76 Graphic and Web Design 77 User Experience (UX) Design 78 Video and Editing EDUCATION Specialized 99 College Counseling 100 Gifted and Talented Education 100 Teaching Online rofessional 101 Reading Instruction 102 Teaching Adult Learners 103 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) ENGINEERING rofciency 111 AutoCAD Specialized 112 Biofuels rocesses 112 Biofuels Science 112 Digital Signal rocessing 113 Embedded Computer Software 113 Geographical Information Systems 113 HVAC Systems Design & Control 114 Lean Enterprise 114 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt 114 ower Systems Engineering 115 RF Engineering 115 Wireless Engineering 115 Video and Imaging Technology rofessional 116 Embedded Computer Engineering 117 Systems Engineering ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES rofessional 128 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) FOREIGN LANGUAGES Specialized 141 Translation (Spanish/English) rofessional 142 Spanish Language 143 Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) HEALTHCARE, BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & SAFETY Specialized 165 Case Management 166 Clinical Trials Administration 166 Clinical Trials in Latin America 166 Emergency Department Nursing 167 Healthcare Information Technology 167 Lactation Consultant 167 lay Therapy Advanced 168 Clinical Laboratory Scientist 169 Global Health olicy rofessional 170 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling 171 Clinical Trials Design and Management 172 Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science 173 Hospital Coding Specialist 174 Occupational Safety and Health 175 Safety Specialist HUMANITIES & WRITING Specialized 185 Children s Book Illustration 186 Children s Book Writing 186 Copyediting rofessional 187 Brewing 188 Medical Writing 189 Technical Communication INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Specialized 201 Biostatistics 202 Business 202 C# rogramming 202 C/C++ rogramming 203 Data Mining 203 Database Administration using Oracle 203 Geographical Information Systems 204 Healthcare Information Technology 204 Java rogramming 204 Litigation Technology Management 205 Mobile Device rogramming 205 SAS rogramming 205 Software Engineering Management LAW Specialized 213 Litigation Technology Management rofessional 214 Intellectual roperty 215 aralegal, ABA Approved LEADERSHI & MANAGEMENT Specialized 220 Lean Enterprise 220 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt LIFE SCIENCES Specialized 229 ADMET rocess 229 Biofuels rocesses 230 Biofuels Science 230 Biostatistics 230 Biotechnology roject Management 231 Clinical Trials Administration 231 Data Mining 231 Geographical Information Systems 232 In Vitro Diagnostics 232 Quality Assurance and Control 232 Regulatory Affairs Essentials rofessional 233 Drug Discovery and Development 234 Life Sciences Information Technology 235 Regulatory Affairs for the Biomedical Industry UBLIC SERVICE & SOCIAL RESONSIBILITY rofessional 242 Funding and Development 243 Sustainable Business racticess 246 I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

4 Frequently Asked Questions How will a certifcate assist me? Completion of a certificate program provides documentation of specific, formal study; career-oriented post-graduate training to complement a college or university degree; increased job skills and knowledge for your current job, a promotion, or career change. Certificate programs provide an opportunity to examine a new field and demonstrate to others you have the discipline to work toward a specific goal. I have a bachelor s degree and am employed. Would a certifcate program beneft me? Yes, certificate programs offer concentrated study in areas directly applicable to many jobs and can add breadth and depth to your existing knowledge and skills. By applying new skills at your workplace, it may also provide opportunities for career advancement. I do not have a college degree. Will I be able to handle the courses? A college degree is not required to enroll in a certificate program (unless otherwise noted in the Conditions for Admission section of the certificate description). Most certificate programs include special introductory courses to familiarize students who are new to the topics at hand or allow others to refresh their knowledge. Advanced courses usually have prerequisites that supply necessary background. Some programs, such as nursing, engineering, and teaching, require advanced or specialized degrees. Specific program requirements are listed within each certificate description. You may also contact the department offering the program for more information. Contact information can be found on the individual certificate pages. Do I need to complete an application to enroll in a certifcate program? Yes, each certificate program at UCSD Extension requires a candidate to complete an application in order to be considered for admission. lease refer to each certificate s individual Conditions for Admission section for details regarding that program. Apply for your certificate program online by clicking the Apply Now button on the certificate page, and completing and submitting the online form. Upon acceptance, you will be directed in how to register for the program. A student is considered registered upon completion of the online application, official acceptance into the program, and receipt of payment of the certificate registration fees and/ or program deposit. For questions, please refer to our online Certificate FAQ page or call (858) for additional assistance. How do I enroll in certifcate courses? Review the certificate course matrix to choose your course. See contact or registration information found on each certificate page. For information pertaining to office hours, parking rates, locations, and where to buy course books, please refer to our general information section beginning on page 251. Note: Courses, instructors, locations, dates, and fees are subject to change without notice. May I take courses without being enrolled in a certifcate program? Yes. However, if you want to work toward a certificate you are advised to enroll in the certificate program as soon as possible. From time to time, certificate requirements may change. Once enrolled in a certificate program, any revisions or changes to the requirements will not affect you. Do I have to take a certifcate course for academic credit? A course has to be taken for credit in order to apply it towards a certificate. Therefore, you must choose either the credit option Letter Grade or ass/no ass. Unless otherwise stated, students must earn a grade of C- or higher in order to earn credit toward the certificate. ass is awarded for C- work or better. I received a D or lower and did not pass one of the courses. Will this count toward the certifcate? No. If you did not receive at least a C- in a required course, you must repeat the course and earn a grade of C- or higher. If you did not receive at least a C- in an elective course, you may substitute a different elective course with a passing grade for a failed elective course. How to Read the Cer tif cate Matrix Course Information A course descrip tion, instruc tor pro file, time, date, loca tion, and fee for a spe cif ic course. rerequisite Course must be com plet ed before enroll ing in others. Required List of cours es that must be com plet ed to receive a professional certificate. Electives Extra cours es that must be taken to ful fill requirements of certificate programs. Recommended Course sug gest ed, but not required. COURSE TITLE CRS. NO. UNITS FA WI S SU REREQUISITE COURSES can be waived, upon request, with equivalent experience Electronics for rogrammers and Scientists 32 ECE L C rogramming I CSE L L L L Digital Logic Design 37 ECE L L REQUIRED COURSES all four courses are required Embedded Computer Hardware Design ECE n Real Time rogramming ECE Embedded Controller rogramming 24 ECE Real-time Embedded Operating Systems 25 CSE ELECTIVES completion of four units is required Digital ASIC Design ECE L VHDL 41 CSE n VERILOG CSE L RF Circuit Design 39 NEW 3 L RECOMMENDED COURSES USB Interfacing 28 NEW 2 U Fire Wire Bus NEW 2 L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=location TBA UNITS Num ber of units received for tak ing and com plet ing a class. FA, WI, S, SU Fall quarter, winter quarter, spring quarter, summer quarter. AGE Location of course information in this catalog. CRS. NO. Course number match with course information to ensure enroll ment in the prop er class L, M, O, U, Indi cates the quar ter and loca tion in which course is offered. Certificate rograms Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 247

5 Certificate rograms Information Frequently Asked Questions May I take a course without having completed its prerequisites? Your chances of succeeding in the program and your level of confidence greatly improve if you follow the recommended sequence of courses and the prerequisites listed for each class. On rare occasions, the department may waive a prerequisite based on your documented prior experience. lease contact the academic department to obtain approval to waive a required certificate course prerequisite. How many courses can I take each quarter? May I skip a quarter? Yes, because our typical certificate students are working adults, you have the option to take as many courses as you feel you can handle or skip a quarter if necessary. To ensure that certificate coursework remains current and relevant, you have five years to complete your certificate program unless the program description states otherwise. The academic department offering the certificate program is available to discuss program, scheduling and completion requirements. How much does the program cost? Students pay for individual course fees at the time of enrollment. UCSD Extension provides a Cost of Attendance estimate, which includes the certificate fee, estimated course fees and required textbooks costs needed to complete a specific certificate program at UC San Diego Extension. This estimate may vary based on the elective requirements of the specific certificate program chosen by the student and changes in textbook costs. The Cost of Attendance is available on our website at extension.ucsd.edu/ costofattendance.the Cost of Attendance is reviewed quarterly and is intended to be used as a guide. Your actual costs may differ. In some cases, financial assistance is available. Can I transfer units I earned at another academic institution? In order to receive a certificate at UC San Diego Extension, you must fulfill all minimum unit requirements of a certificate with transcripted, credit-bearing coursework from an accredited institution. The number of units that can be transferred, however, varies depending on where the academic credit was received. Non-transcripted continuing education courses or courses from a non-accredited institution are not accepted for transfer. Units of courses completed at educational institutions operating on the semester system should be converted to a value consistent with the quarter system, i.e., one semester unit is equivalent to two-thirds of a quarter unit. The number of units of the course completed outside of Extension must be at least equal to the unit value of the certificate course you are petitioning to transfer. Similarly, the number of units that can be transferred is determined by the number of units associated with the Extension certificate course and not the unit value granted elsewhere. If you have successfully completed comparable courses at another accredited college or university within five years certificate coursework began at UC San Diego Extension, and you earned at least a C- in each, you may petition to transfer up to a third of the certificate program units, not to exceed two courses for professional certificates and one course for specialized certificates. If you have successfully completed courses at a UC campus within five years certificate coursework began at UC San Diego Extension, you may petition to transfer up to half of the units required for a certificate program. To request transfer credit, please submit a written petition, including an official transcript and course descriptions (with syllabus) to the academic department listed in the certificate description for consideration. Can I take a course toward a certifcate if it s not listed as part of the requirements? Only approved courses count toward your certificate program. Due to the post-baccalaureate level of Extension coursework and the intent of many certificate program students to further specialize and develop their current careers, you may have acquired industry knowledge outside of the classroom. If you can demonstrate mastery of the knowledge imparted in a required certificate course through personal or professional experiences, you may petition to substitute a course. In that case, you may have the option to take another Extension course as determined by the academic department in lieu of the required course. You may waive the course requirement but not the unit requirement. Because of the curricular importance of required certificate coursework, you can only petition to substitute up to half the total required course units. To request a course requirement substitution, please submit a written petition, including evidence of your knowledge, to the academic department listed in the certificate description for consideration. Can courses in certifcate program apply toward an undergraduate or graduate degree? Each individual college or university decides whether or not to accept UCSD Extension credit. If you wish to transfer credit, it is your responsibility to confer with that institution s advisor before enrolling. Will a certifcate program help my admission to UC San Diego? articipating in a UC San Diego Extension certificate program does not in itself provide preference in admission to the University of California degree programs. Students interested in applying to UC degree programs should refer to the UC Admissions website or the admissions office of the UC campus they wish to attend for details about the admissions process. One of my certifcate course numbers has changed; do I need to retake the course? No. Effective winter 2012 quarter, there may be a slight change to some of the course IDs in your certificate program. For those courses that had a letter following the leading digit, that second digit will now be a zero, e.g., ARCH4B000 will now be listed as ARCH As long as the course title has not changed, the content of the two courses is the same and you will not need to retake the course. Your successful completion of the course will still be applied toward the certificate program assuming that you have already enrolled in the certificate program or, if you haven t enrolled in the program, that certificate requirements have not changed. May I enroll in Extension courses and programs if I am not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident? Yes, Extension courses and programs are open to all persons, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. International students who are already in the U.S. in F-1 student visa status or wish to obtain an F-1 visa, must enroll in a qualifying full-time program through the International rograms office. Additional information can be found on page 255 under International Students. If you are currently in the U.S. in any other nonimmigrant visa status and you are not sure if your status allows you to study, contact our International Student Adivor at ucsd.edu. How do I join the Alumni Association? UC San Diego Extension certificate graduates are eligible to activate their UCSD Alumni membership. Membership in the Alumni Association keeps you connected with the University, fellow alumni and current students. For more information or to join online, visit alumni.ucsd.edu/extension or call (858) I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

6 Certificate Awardees for Winter 2015 ABA AROVED aralegal Studies ABA Approved June Hunter Leila Bijan Vanessa othier ADVANCED Clinical Research Maria Nikita ROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE ROGRAMS Accounting Amy Hoffmann Brandon Oyoung Brent Reyes Duy Tran Francisca Malone Gilford Velez Jo Holly Robinson Jesus Cardozo Jin Seo Kinnary Doshi Marco A. Carlos Jr. Michael Chun arker Finot Rina Molina Theodore Jones Yaling Li Yumiko Kita Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Lisa Chilson-Mccraw Brewing Ingmar Kreckel Business Management Aditi Uppal Alvin Tayag Donald Morris Ignacio Serra Norena Matt Gentilucci eter Tirado Roberto Calvo Fraile Sebastian Serra Norena Taisei Morinaka Yukihiro Murota Clinical Trials Design and Management Ashley Strain Rebecca Ryan-Jones Yu-Chun Chang Embedded Computer Engineering Edwin ascua Kahtan Awni Michael Kelly Finance Jamie Vorachack John Torres Lara Meyer Vinutha Devara Zahra Freeman Fitness Instruction/ Exercise Science Helen Coley-Taylor James Santos Jr Fundraising and Development Alexandra Kritchevsky Amanda Hambly Melissa Novak Renee Tourville Werthmann Human Resource Management Edlin Ortiz Randie Tufford Intellectual roperty Anna Russell Deborah Laguardia Kimberly Allen Marketing Ami Tsuboi Nechel Best Occupational Safety and Health Brandon Stowell Craig Dorris Cristina Cook Kevin Clark hotography: Images and Techniques Dexter Reyes Marc Garcia roject Management Aline Racic Anna Swapp Aouda atricia Flores Baffi Clarence Carroll David Walzer David Willuweit Dawn Halpern Delfin Esposo Eric Jenkins Erica Elliott James Rosa Kader Yagiz Kelly Eastwell Mark Riordan Melissa Chong- Noble Neha Sharma Sahar Elyas Vicky Lam Reading Instruction Sherry erry West Walker Spanish Language huong Nguyen Sustainable Business ractices Alison M Sanchirico John Wooters Systems Engineering Yi Zhao Teaching Adult Learners Esther Merki Kevin Kopald Laura Quinn Teaching English as a Foreign Language Chandra Beal Emel Ozturk Eunji ark Hee Eun Yang Hyun Jung Kim Jiyoung Moon Jiyoung Song Joonyoung Moon Kyeongah Min Miriam Krieger Nackhyoung Kim Yuri Kwon Teaching English to Speakers Of Other Languages Leesa Fallah Mary Cory Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) Ursula Carver ROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE ROGRAMS AutoCAD Adrian adilla Bashar Butros Chantel ettengill Dustin Horney Tim Ellis SECIALIZED CERTIFICATE ROGRAMS ADMET rocess Karthik Seetharaman Khrissy Bigornia Krishna Chaitanya Aluri Nagraj Mani Ruth Chu Steve Ding Biostatistics Christine Osborne C# rogramming Alan Taran Jasmine Rivera Khoa Le Michael Kelly atrick Simon aul Hoagland Case Management Angelica avelka Anisia Cordi College Counseling Ashley Brumbach Christina Kline Christine Loo Cuneyt Akcay Debbie Shively Continued on next page Certificate rograms Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 249

7 Winter 2015 Certificate rograms Information Dorothy Ault Fatih Metin Hailey Marshall Kelly Domitrz Kenji Kondo Liane Odom Lisa Laube Lorena Roman Maha Abughannam Michael King Nathalie onak Rebecca Hampton Salih Dede Seda Dede Serkan Danisman Susan Tomaski Tania Rachkoskie Vicki O Brien Vivian rak Yusuf Alp Copyediting Anne Barnicoat Anne Stevenson April Gardner Barbara Witmer Brooke Buringrud Carol Leblanc Deanna Aloia Diane ark Elise Morrongiello Elyse Ahluwalia Erica Hopper Galina Ovchinnikova Janeen Grohsmeyer Janet Linder Jessica Stidd Jill Dallmann Judi Heidel Karen Andrews Karen Joy Haley Katie Gerken Katrina Kubinski Keith Morrill Kimberly Litherland Kolette Kern Maxwell Ruckstuhl Mehdi Sharif Nicole Busch Nora Byrne Regina Balzer Ruthe Smith Sally Carr Shaquona Crews Suzanne Ivie William Mills Data Mining Aaron Snyder Andreja Kontic Anne-Catherine Roch-Levecq Gilbert Duenas Jesus Calderon Jos Van Workum Jung In ark Lance Hack Marc Lemessy Ning Yeung Sabya Roy Sean Jackson Shaun Webb Stephen Chen Teresa Torrijos William Evans Database Administration using Oracle Yu Fu Design Media Greybuck Espinoza Karen Hamilton Melissa Wedeen Tonya Rothe Digital Signal rocessing Francisco Roberto Becerra Bravo Jimit atel Rajesh Bansal Gifted and Talented Education Allison Sanches Angela Olson Annamae Smith Catalina Mejia Grace Ward Jeannette Alamilla Joel Najjar Matthew Tramonte amela Gutierrez Regina Ortiz Suzanne Lynch Information Systems Management Timothy Ruby JAVA rogramming Benjamin hillips Bryan Hong Camron Jenkins Emily Ho Eric Stevens Estelle A Wall Humberto Sainz Jason Deatrick John Fernandez Megan Lipps Mehdi Sharif Michael Haak Robert Ficke Scott Downey Scott Winterbourne Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Enas Ibrahim Mobile Device rogramming Chad Coalier Michael Kelly Sabna Shinekumar lay Therapy Kimberly Van Dusen urchasing and Supply Management Jeffrey Todd Hanson Nienchien Wu Oscar Ojeda ena Quynh Nguyen Sara Guerra Tia Wallace Quality Assurance and Control Amruta Garud Maria Sampo Marianne Torres Willis Butcher RF Engineering Ivan Gomez Trisha Yasuhara Regulatory Affairs Essentials Antara Datta Diane Urbanowicz Jennifer Gehrke Lei Hua Nikhil Oltikar atricia Wakarema Xun Zhang Software Engineering Management Bichvan Nguyen atrick Simon Rodrigo iccini Sustainable Business ractices Shamsa Nazli Visone Taxation Bryan Lowe Emily K Lin Marco A. Carlos Jr. Teaching Online Donna Smith Fabio Radaelli Helena Alves Lisa Mcfadden Maria Jasso Translation (Spanish/English) Margarita Dunzweiler Rena Calanca Sarah Goldstein Thomas Walker UNIX System Administration John Oliver Marina Ivanova Richard Hamilton Steven Hall Web Media Anthony M Sorge Eleanor Aylesworth- Warsh Erika Dillman Melany Biendara Morgan Taylor Tonya Rothe Trish Roberts Web ublishing Christina Chin- arker Matthew age Tam Truong Tyler Alston Wireless Engineering Noah Snyder 250 I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

8 University of California, San Diego Extension General Information Calendar Fall Quarter begins September 21, 2015 Hol i days (Offices Closed): November 11, 26 & 27 Quar ter ends: December 12 Winter Quarter begins January 4, 2016 Spring Quarter begins March 28, 2016 Summer Quarter begins June 20, 2016 Locations, Telephone Numbers and Hours* La Jolla Campus and Registration Office 9600 North Torrey ines Road, Building C La Jolla, CA hone: (858) Fax: (858) Mission Valley Center 404 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 102 San Diego, CA hone: (619) Fax: (619) University City Center 6256 Greenwich Dr. San Diego, CA hone: (858) Fax: (858) Registration Office Hours La Jolla Campus Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sat. 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Mission Valley Center/University City Center Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sat 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cashier Hours (La Jolla only) Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Fri 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Mailing Address UC San Diego, Extension 9500 Gilman Drive, Dept H La Jolla, CA *Subject to closure or alternate hours, depending on class schedule. arking UC San Diego Campus arking permits are required on the UC San Diego campus from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays. No permit is needed during weekends and all day on university holidays. ay Station ermits Single use permits for daily or hourly parking may be purchased from ay Stations in the parking lots surrounding the Extension Complex, including lots 303, 208 and 207 (see map page 268). ayment methods are cash (exact bills only), Visa, MasterCard and American Express. ay stations do not dispense change and permits are valid for the parking lot in which they are issued. The rate is $1 per 45 minutes, up to a maximum of $8 a day. lease refer to each ay Station for additional parking permit instructions. ay Station ermits allow parking privileges in the following spaces: S Spaces: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Monday through Friday Look for painted yellow squares with a black S on the ground. V Spaces: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. ay Station permits only. B Spaces: 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Look for painted green squares with a white B on the ground A Spaces: 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. Monday through Friday. Look for painted red squares with a white A on the ground. Note: Not valid where posted A permit required 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Meters (with no fee): 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. Monday through Friday Note: You need an access stamp or sticker to park in Lots and Lot 354. Special parking permits are required when parking in the Gilman arking Structure. Additional arking ermits A variety of additional permits are available for purchase at the UC San Diego arking & Transportation office located in the Gilman Drive arking Structure. ermits will no longer be sold through UC San Diego Extension. NOTE: To purchase a parking permit, you will need your vehicle information, including make, model, and license plate number. For more information about parking on campus and other permit options, please contact the UC San Diego arking & Transportation office at (858) or visit their website at parking. ucsd.edu. Disabled erson arking If you have a Disabled erson (D) placard or license plates, you can park in these spaces without a UC San Diego parking permit: Handicap-accessible spaces designated by the wheelchair symbol, found in every UC San Diego parking lot Metered spaces (no fee required) Spaces marked S, B, or A (see below for exception) Disabled placards or plates alone are not valid in the following: Spaces posted A ermit required 7 days a week/ 24 hours a day Spaces marked Reserved Areas painted with crosshatching or marked No arking Areas that are not designated parking spaces Red curb, fire lane or yellow commercial zones (unless license plate allows) Timed loading zones, beyond the specified time La Jolla Village rofessional Center ark ing at the cen ter is free. UCSD Extension Mission Valley Center ark ing at the cen ter is free. UCSD Extension University City Center ark ing at the cen ter is free. lease be advised that you park at UC San Diego, UCC, and MVC at your own risk. UC San Diego Extension is not responsible for any loss or damages to your vehicle or property. Escort Service UC San Diego s Community Service rogram will send someone to accompany you while walking to and/or from your car, your evening class or a campus activity. The service is free and available from 5:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. daily. Escorts are equipped with two-way radios linking them directly to the campus police. For assistance call (858) 534-HEL ( ). Additional arking Information see page 255. General Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 251

9 General Information Accreditation UC San Diego is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). UC San Diego Extension like all other UC San Diego schools, colleges, and departments is accredited by WASC through the University. All courses and certificate programs offered by UC San Diego Extension have been developed and are administered in accordance with Extension policy and the regulations of the Academic Senate of the University of California. Address Change To cor rect or update your mailing address, address or phone number, you may: 1) Log on to myextension.ucsd.edu. See page 255 for directions on how to use My Extension. 2) Cut the mail ing label from the back cover of catalog, mark corrections clearly, and send to University of California, San Diego, UCSD Exten sion, Dept M, 9500 Gil man Dr., La Jolla, CA lease note that we need to receive a change notice from you direct ly in order for us to con tin ue send ing you the catalog without interruption. Admission, UC San Diego articipating in a UC San Diego Extension educational program does not in itself provide preference in admission to the University of California degree programs. Students interested in applying to UC degree programs should refer to the UC Admissions website or the admissions office of the UC campus they wish to attend for details about the admissions process. Alumni, UC San Diego UCSD Extension certificate graduates are eligible to join UCSD Alumni. As a UCSD Alumni member, you are part of a community of over 130,000 alumni and eligible for a wide array of benefits and discounts. For more information or to join online, visit alumni.ucsd.edu/extension or call (858) Canceled, Discontinued, Filled Classes As UCSD Exten sion receives no state funds to sup port its pro grams, cours es that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements may be can celed either before the course begins or discon tin ued after the first course meet ing. lease call (858) to ver i fy the stat us of the course in which you are enroll ing. Some times cours es fill before your enroll ment is received, in which case we will con tact you. Register early to ensure the course you want is not canceled as a result of low enrollment. UCSD Exten sion also reserves the right to resched ule or com bine cours es, to change instruc tors, or to deny admis sion to any stu dent. Catalog Request You can request a UCSD Extension catalog online at extension.ucsd.edu/catalog. Certificate Awardees UCSD Extension publishes a quarterly list of certificate awardees in the course catalog as well as on the website. If you do not wish to have your name published, please contact Student Services at or (858) Certificate rograms Advanced, rofessional, Specialized, and roficiency certificate fees are nonrefundable and non trans fer able. Unless otherwise stated, you have five years to complete your certificate program requirements. After successfully completing certificate requirements, students may request a certificate audit by logging in to their My Extension account. Go to My Courses, then click Request Certificate Audit. Students needing to replace a lost or damaged certificate may a request to: ucsd.edu. There is a $25 duplication fee; $10 for CE certificates. See page 244 for certificate information. Certificates are now listed at the back of their respective areas of study. Complimentary Enrollment See Grant rogram, UCSD Student on page 255. Continuing Education Units (CEU) The CEU is a uniform measure of a non-credit continuing education learning experience. Grades are not issued in accordance with the standards established by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training. One CEU is awarded for every ten contact hours of classroom instruction. Cost of Attendance The Cost of Attendance is an estimate of the certificate fee, course fees and required textbooks needed to complete a specific certificate program at UC San Diego Extension. This estimate may vary based on the requirements of the specific certificate program chosen by the student. For additional information and to see the schedule of costs, visit extension.ucsd.edu/costofattendance. Course Description Request Course descriptions are available for $10 per copy (rush and FedEx fees may apply). Forms for official course descriptions are available online at extension.ucsd.edu/student under Course Description Request. For more information, contact (858) Course Levels and Numbers Courses structured and approved in accordance with the requirements for lower division (1-99) and upper division ( ) UC San Diego level courses Graduate-level courses offered as part of the University concurrent enrollment program. 300 rofessional credit-bearing courses in the field of education, specially designed for teachers and prospective teachers. Major emphasis is on pedagogy, teaching methods and materials, and curriculum design. Credit in these courses serves the needs for professional upgrading, inservice education requirements, and basic and specialized credentials; it may also lead to the award of a formal certificate by UC San Diego Extension and may be applied toward teacher credentialing program, subject to the approval of the receiving institution. 400 Generally post-baccalaureate, professional-level, credit bearing courses. Credit earned in these courses may lead to the award of a formal certificate by UC San Diego Extension or may be applied toward an academic degree or professional credential, subject to the approval of the receiving institution. Courses provide opportunities for professional or career advancement and may also enable the general public to enhance its knowledge in various academic fields. 800 Non-credit courses bearing Continuing Education Units (CEU) designed to offer students the opportunity to develop cultural, intellectual, and civic interests. 900 Non-credit bearing units that may offer college prep or secondary school credit. The evaluation of student work may lead to the assigning of grades and units for use in articulation agreements. Credit UCSD oper ates on the quar ter system, and all cred it is given in quar ter units. Each unit sig ni fies approx i mate ly ten hours of class room time. Course units are indicated fol low ing each course description. If units are list ed for a course, you may take it for a let ter grade, pass/ no- pass, or non- credit. Check the box on the enroll ment appli ca tion to indi cate your pref er ence. If you do not mark this box, you will auto mat i cal ly be enrolled for a let ter grade. Stu dents may change their cred it stat us any time up to and includ ing the final course meet ing by send ing their request in writ ing to the UCSD Extension registration office. 252 I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

10 Credit Card ayments & Refunds UCSD Extension accepts the following payment card payment options: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Diners Club. When you enroll, UCSD Extension authorizes your payment card to make sure sufficient credit is available. A hold is placed on funds equal to your course fee total until the enrollment is confirmed. Once confirmed, the actual charge is applied to your payment card account. Refunds for courses dropped before the published refund deadline or from a reversed fee are processed within seven (7) to ten (10) business days. All payment card refunds are issued to the payment card used during the original transaction. Credit Card Disputes Credit card purchases are protected under the Fair Credit Billing Act. For more information on this, visit the Federal Trade Commission Website. Disputing a credit card purchase does not constitute official withdrawal from a course. Students must follow the procedures for dropping coursework. Disabilities, Students with UCSD Extension provides academic support services to students with qualifying and documented disabilities in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans With Disabilities Act of Accommodations vary and are specifically designed to meet the disability-related needs of each student based on current, verifiable medical documentation. If you are in need of accommodations, please let us know at least 15 business days before your course of study begins by completing the online request form at extension.ucsd.edu/student. For questions call (858) Discount olicy UCSD Extension offers a 10 percent discount up to $50 per quarter (no discounts for all travel/study programs, executive programs, concurrent enrollment, career counseling and assessment testing, scholarships, or courses with fees $75 or under). The following UCSD-affiliated persons are eligible to receive the discount: UCSD full-time matriculated students UCSD career status staff and their spouse or domestic partner, (casual or contract employees are not eligible) UCSD faculty and their spouse or domestic partner. This includes post doctoral appointments UC Alumni UCSD Alumni Association members Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members Chancellors Associate members For more information, please call (858) roper identification must be presented in person at the time of enrollment. Members of the UC San Diego Alumni Association may provide a digital copy of their membership by ing it to Refunds will not be given for the 10 percent discount if identification is presented after initial enrollment. For information on the discounts available to UCSD-affiliated persons for extension s daytime English language programs, please Dropping a Course Students enrolled in UCSD Extension courses may officially drop a course at any time before the beginning of the final class meeting. Note: Online courses must be dropped by 11:59 p.m. the day before the scheduled end date of the class. lease note that Concurrent Enrollment courses have separate deadlines. Dropping a class to switch sections for a course is considered a drop; all drop/ add/ change deadlines apply when switching sections. If requesting a refund, please refer to the section on Refunds. Simply dropping a course does not guarantee a refund of tuition and fees paid at the time of enrollment. Requests must be submitted in writing either in person, by to by fax (858) or postal mail to UCSD Extension Student Services, 9500 Gilman Drive - Dept H, La Jolla, CA Students who enroll in UCSD Extension courses but do not attend must drop the course prior to the final class meeting to avoid having a negative impact on their official academic record. UCSD Extension instructors do not have the authority to drop a student who has not attended their courses. Education Tax Credits The Internal Revenue Code, as amended in 1997, provides for tax credits for certain educational expenses. IRS Form 1040 Instructions includes complete information/ filing instructions. For more information please call toll free UC Education Tax Credit Reporting Service at (877) or visit the following website: Hope Scholarship Credit is intended for students in their first two years of college studying at least half time. The student or his or her parent if he/she is claimed as a dependent, may be eligible depending on the taxpayer s adjusted gross income. Charges and portion of fees for books, meals, insurance, lodging, and travel are not allowed. Lifetime Learning Credit is intended for students enrolled in an eligible institution of higher education for courses leading to a degree, certificate, or improved job skills. Fees paid on or after July 1, 1998 for UCSD Extension courses may qualify. Charges and portions of fees covering books, meals, insurance, lodging, and travel are not allowed. For additional information please call the IRS helpline at (800) TAX-FORM ( ) or visit the following websites: ed.gov and irs.gov English-Language roficiency English-language proficiency is essential to success in UCSD Extension courses. Many Extension courses require an advanced level of English-language proficiency as demonstrated by one of the following: A minimum paper-based TOEFL score of 550 A minimum internet-based TOEFL score of 80 A minimum TOEIC score of 760 A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 A ass on the Cambridge roficiency Exam If you are not eligible to take regular UCSD Extension courses because you do not satisfy the English language proficiency requirement, you may enroll as a full-time student in one of UCSD Extension s Institute for English Language Education (ELI) programs. For more information about UCSD Extension s Institute for English Language Education call (858) Enroll Early Space. Many classes fill quickly, so early enrollment is advised. If you are a late enrollee, call (858) to verify that your class is still available. Course materials. If you wait until the day of the class to enroll, you may have to wait for your handouts. If you must enroll on short notice. lease call to make sure there is room in the class and to avoid any inconvenience. Enroll in 5 Easy Ways Online. extension.ucsd.edu By phone. (858) , using Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, or Diners Club. By fax. Fax the enrollment form on the inside back cover with your credit card number to (858) By mail. Use the enrollment form on the inside back cover. Include credit card information or a personal check. In person. For office hours at La Jolla, Mission Valley, and University City, see page 251. Enrollment Confirmation myextension.ucsd.edu You are considered officially enrolled after all course fees have been paid in full and your registration has been confirmed. ayment is due at the time of enrollment. Enrollment verification forms reflecting fees paid, are available on My General Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 253

11 Extension. See page 255 for directions on how to use My Extension, or call (858) for any further assistance. and training services benefiting both business and job seekers. More information is available on their website at sandiegoatwork.com General Information Enrollment Verification Request Official enrollment verifications are $10 per copy (rush and FedEx fees may apply). Request forms can be downloaded at extension.ucsd.edu/student under Enrollment Verification. Fee Changes Course and other fees are subject to change without notice. Financial Assistance UCSD Extension offers rivate Education Loans through UC Approved Lenders. Each institution offers low competitive interest rates and flexible payment options. You are also encouraged to contact your personal financial institution about possible lending solutions. Direct links to UC Approved Lenders can be found on our website at extension.ucsd.edu/financial Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Extension students do not need to file a FAFSA application. These funds are limited to degree programs. UCSD Extension programs do not qualify for FAFSA funds. AmeriCorps Education Award Congress Congress established the National Service Trust to provide an AmeriCorps Education Award for members who successfully complete service in AmeriCorps. AmeriCorps Education Awards can be used to reimburse students for tuition & fees expenses paid for enrollment in qualified UCSD Extension Certificate programs and non-degree, continuing education courses. Students apply through the AmeriCorps website at americorps.gov. State-Funded Training The Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a comprehensive range of employment and training sevices in partnership with state and local agencies/organizations. More information is available on their website at edd.ca.gov Career Centers Located through out San Diego County, offer their communities comprehensive employment Grades Students attending UCSD Extension have the option of taking courses for academic credit or Not for Credit. Further, students selecting the academic credit option have the choice of either the Letter grade or the ass/no ass grading option. Letter grades (A, B, C, D, or F) reflect performance in a class and result in grade points that count toward the student s cumulative GA. ass/no ass grades show that the student has either passed or not passed a course. Courses with grades count toward unit requirements for a certificate but do not apply to the student s cumulative GA. Not for Credit (NFC) shows course enrollment only. It does not reflect performance or completion of course requirements. Courses in which the student chooses the NFC grading option do not count toward a certificate program and cannot be used to receive academic credit at another institution. Students selecting the Not for Credit grading option will not receive a final grade or units of credit on their transcript. A notation of NFC will be listed on the academic record next to the course title. Courses with a NFC grade do not apply to a student s cumulative GA. Grades are final when filed by UCSD Extension instructors (except I grades). Students may review and print grades by logging in to MyExtension (see page 255). For additional assistance, please call (858) Grade Appeals It is important to know that UC San Diego Extension instructors have the authority to evaluate required course material and to assign a letter grade to each student who was enrolled in that course on the basis of the work required and received for the entire course. However, if a student believes that their grade is incorrect, or that they received a grade based on non-academic criteria, the student has the right to question and appeal the final grade. First, the student should attempt to resolve the problem with the instructor. Sometimes, grade inconsistencies may be caused by an administrative/calculation error which can be quickly corrected by discussing the final grade with the instructor. If the student cannot resolve the issue with the instructor, or the student believes that non-academic criteria was used to determine the final grade, the student can submit a written complaint to the rogram Representative in charge of the course. If the student believes the issue is still not resolved after the written complaint was addressed by the rogram Representative, the student can submit a written complaint to the Academic Director of the Department by providing a detailed response, point by point, explaining why the solution/reason given by the rogram Representative is not satisfactory. Grade Appeals reviewed by the Academic Department are considered final. Grade Changes Students may change their grading option at any time before the final class meeting (please note that Concurrent Enrollment courses have separate deadlines). Note: Online Course Grade option changes must be made by 11:59 p.m. the day before the scheduled end date of the class. All requests for grading option changes must be made in writing either through MyExtension, in person, by to ucsd.edu, or by fax (858) Requests for grade changes made after the beginning of the final class meeting will not be accepted. Grade Interpretation A+, A, A 4.0, 4.0, 3.7 B+, B, B 3.3, 3.0, 2.7 C+, C, C 2.3, 2.0, 1.7 D+, D, D 1.0 (will not be applied toward a certificate) F 0.0 ass (C or bet ter) N No ass (Below C ) I Incom plete (may be revised only by completing necessary work through arrange ment with the instructor) NFC Not for cred it NR No record of attendance nor of submitted course work Grade Reports myextension.ucsd.edu Grade reports are easily accessed through My Extension (see page 255) and are available approximately 2-3 weeks after the date of your last class meeting. For further assistance, call (858) I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

12 Grant rogram, UCSD Student (Formerly Complimentary Enrollment) Through a reciprocal arrangement with the University, UCSD Extension offers a limited number of complimentary enrollments to fulltime UCSD students, who may enroll in one course up to $500 (students must pay anything over that amount) on a first-come, first-serve basis. Note: 10% student discount and early discount fee do not apply. Undergraduate students may obtain a complimentary enrollment voucher by presenting a valid student identification card between Sept , Graduate students, pharmacy students, and medical students please contact OGSR, Skaggs School of harmacy, and the School of Medicine for the specific date for complimentary enrollment. (Travel programs and certain non-credit courses are exempt.) For more information, phone (858) or Identification Card, Affiliate ELI, Concurrent, and Certificate students are eligible to obtain a UCSD Affiliate ID card from the La Jolla Student Services office for a fee of $15. lease contact Student Services during regular business hours for additional information at (858) or Incomplete Grade etitions A student may petition their instructor for an I Incomplete grade if the student s work is of non-failing quality but is incomplete due to circumstances beyond the student s control. The student must submit a written petition to the instructor detailing the reason why they are unable to complete the remaining coursework along with a suggested proposal to complete the remaining coursework. If an instructor grants an incomplete grade, then it is the responsibility of the student and the instructor to send and receive assignments outside of the traditional classroom and/or online environment as the student will not have access once the course has ended. The work must be completed per the agreement, but no later than the last day of the following quarter. If coursework is not completed as agreed by that date, the grade automatically reverts to a permanent F grade. The petition is filed with the instructor prior to the final class meeting. It is entirely the student s responsibility to gain the instructor s approval of the agreement before that time. Legitimate reasons considered to petition for an I Incomplete grade include a documented medical illness or compulsory military service. The Incomplete may not be used to retake the course or allow additional time for a student who has fallen behind without a legitimate cause. The Incomplete Grade etition can be found online under our Student resources page. International Students UCSD Extension is authorized to issue Form I-20 Certificate of Eligibility for a Student Visa, for a variety of English language and Certificate rograms. For information on these programs, call the International Student Services office at (858) , check the website at ip.extension.ucsd.edu, or UCSD Extension Certificate rograms for Internationals give you the skills and competitive advantage to accelerate your career in the business management, information technology and ESL sectors. In many of these programs, you will be in the classroom with American adults who share your career interests. Internet extension.ucsd.edu Our main website provides an enormous array of opportunities for you to learn more about our newest offerings. You may also register or enroll online at extension.ucsd.edu myextension.ucsd.edu Our website for students provides access to check and print your grades; view and print quarterly receipts; register for classes; update personal information; and view your academic history. See this page. Library You may pur chase a library card ($15 for three months) at the cir cu la tion desk of the Geisel Library to use the UCSD librar ies. You must have an ID card and be registered for the current quar ter to be eligible. For current information on library hours and circulation policies please call (858) or visit libraries.ucsd.edu My Extension Access Your Student Records View and/or print your enrollment receipts Update your personal contact information View your academic history Download official transcript form Review and print grades Request copies of course descriptions and tuition receipts Log On: Three Easy Steps 1. Visit My Extension at myextension.ucsd. edu (do not use www) 2. Enter your user name ( address, not Social Security number) 3. Enter password. (If you do not know your password click on Forgot your password? to create a new one). If you need any assistance with this process, call (858) Name Change Acceptable evidence of your new name may be provided by showing: An original or certified copy of a marriage license or divorce decree Government issued photo ID Social Security card plus other photo ID Come in person to any of our three Student Service locations or fax to (858) Non-discrimination The University of California, in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Edu ca tion Amend ments of 1972, Sec tion 504 of the Reha bil i ta tion Act of 1973, the Age Dis crim i na tion Act of 1975, and the Amer i cans with Dis abil ities Act of 1990, does not dis crim i nate on the basis of race, color, nation al ori gin, relig ion, sex, disabil ity, or age in any of its pol i cies, pro ce dures, or prac tic es; nor does the uni ver sity dis crimi nate on the basis of sex u al orien ta tion. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission and access to, and treat ment and employ ment in, university programs and activities, including but not lim it ed to, aca dem ic admis sion, financial assistance, educational services, and student employment. Inquiries regarding the university s equal opportunity policies may be direct ed to office of the dean, UCSD Extension, (858) arking Motorist Assistance rogram (MA) MA is a free service that quickly responds to stranded drivers on the main La Jolla campus only. If you need help such as: A battery jump Low tire inflation Gasoline -- 1 gallon per calendar year Call (858) MA is available from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekends. Note: articipating motorists must sign a MA waiver releasing the university from any liability in the event of vehicle damage. Shuttle Service Two shuttle systems operate on the UC San Diego campus to assist UC San Diego Extension students. The campus loop system connects 20 locations on campus and operates from 7:00 a.m. - 12:15 a.m. The North parking shuttle connects the northern parking lots with the middle of campus at the Mandeville Center/ Faculty Club area; it also operates from 7:00 a.m. - 12:15 a.m. Both shuttle systems are free. hone the Transportation Alternatives Office at (858) 534-RIDE for information or see the posted schedules at the shuttle stop locations. For general parking information see page 251. General Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 255

13 General Information rivacy Notification The Family Educational Rights and rivacy Act (FERA) afford students certain rights with respect to their education records. UC San Diego Extension is required by federal law to report your social security number and other pertinent information to the Internal Revenue Service pursuant to the reporting requirements imposed by the Taxpayer Relief Act of UCSD Extension is committed to respecting the privacy of our students. The information we collect is only used for institutional purposes. If you would like more information regarding your privacy rights, what information we collect and how it is used, please visit our website at extension.ucsd.edu/student. roctor Services The UCSD Extension Mission Valley, and University City Centers are available to provide roctor Services to you. For more information about scheduling times, fees and availability of this service contact us at or Mission Valley Center (619) or University City Center (858) urchase Order Enrollments All purchase order enrollments must be provided on company letterhead and can be submitted by fax, or mail. By Fax (858) By By Mail UCSD Extension Attn: Cashier 9500 Gilman Dr., Dept H La Jolla, CA ayment is due upon receipt of the invoice. Individuals with questions regarding purchase orders should telephone (858) or UCSD Extension requires the following information on all purchase orders submitted: 1. Company s complete name and address 2. urchase order number 3. Invoicing address and telephone number 4. oint of contact (name, and telephone number) 5. Student s name, telephone number, mailing address and 6. Section ID number, course title, course dates, and course fee 7. Authorizing signature(s) Refunds (Tuition and Fees) Students dropping a course before the published refund deadline will automatically receive a refund of tuition and fees paid at the time of enrollment. lease refer to the course description for the No Refund After date. Late fees, certificate fees and some material/lab fees are non-refundable. etitions for refunds filed after the published No Refund After date are approved only when the student is unable to continue enrollment for one of the following reasons: compulsory military service, serious illness, injury, or hospitalization or an enrollment/administrative error on the part of the University occurs. For more information including how to petition for a refund or to review all Extension policies, visit extension.ucsd.edu/student. Reimbursement Course fees may be eli gible for reim burse ment by your com pa ny. Check with your train ing director or human resources manager. Retain your verification receipt to submit to your company. Some companies require grade reports listing letter grades to reimburse their employees. Check your company s policy before selecting your grade option. Returned Checks There is a $25 ser vice charge for checks returned for insuf fi cient funds, stop pay ments, and closed accounts. If your check is returned by the bank and you have stopped attend ing the course, you are still respon sible for full payment unless you offi cial ly with draw prior to the refund dead line. A stop pay ment does not con sti tute offi cial with draw al. A hold will be placed on your stu dent record and any fur ther en roll ment or request for tran scripts will not be grant ed until your account has been paid. UCSD Extension permanently revokes check writing privileges for all two-time offenders. Sample a Class For select courses with five or more meetings, you may attend the first class meeting free unless the course has been filled or includes a no visitors or pre-enrollment required statement in the description. However, this does not guarantee an available place in the class should you decide to enroll before the second meeting. Many courses do fill early and early enrollment is the only way to secure your place in class. Enrollment fees must be paid before the second class begins to avoid a late fee. Note: Restrictions apply. Select courses only. Semester Equivalents 5 qtr. units = 3-1/3 semes ter units 4 qtr. units = 2-2/3 semes ter units 3 qtr. units = 2 semes ter units 2 qtr. units = 1-1/3 semes ter units 1 qtr. unit = 2/3 semes ter unit Sexual Harassment Mem bers of the UCSD Exten sion com mu nity should be aware that the uni ver sity is strong ly opposed to sex u al harass ment and that such behav ior is pro hib it ed by law and by uni ver sity policy. Definition: Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sex u al favors, and other ver bal or physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassment when: Sub mis sion to such con duct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of instruction, employment, or participation in other uni ver sity activ ities Sub mis sion to or rejec tion of such con duct by an indi vid u al is used as a basis for evaluation in making academic or personnel decisions affecting an individual, or Such con duct has the pur pose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual s performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive university environment In determining whether the alleged conduct constitutes sexual harassment, consideration will be given to the record as a whole and to the total ity of the cir cum stanc es, includ ing the nature of the sex u al advanc es and the con text in which the alleged inci dents occurred. Complaint Resolution: Experience has demonstrated that many complaints of sexual harassment can be effectively resolved through informal intervention. Any individual who believes that she or he has been sexually harassed may contact the Office for the revention of Harassment and Dicrimination (OHD) which provides assistance in investigating and resolving complaints and provides education to the entire UCSD community. OHD is located on the main campus at University Center 201, on the corner of Gilman and Myers. Telephone (858) , or visit ophd.ucsd.edu for information on complaint resolution or grievance procedures. Smoking, Smoke and Tobacco olicy Effective September 1, 2013, UC San Diego will go completely smoke and tobacco free on the main campus and other UC San Diego property and facilities, whether owned or leased. For more information, please contact (858) or visit smokefree.ucsd.edu. 256 I extension.ucsd.edu Fall 2015 I (858)

14 Shuttle Service Two shuttle systems operate on the UCSD campus to assist UCSD Extension students. The campus loop system connects from various locations on campus. See the campus loop shuttle map for pick up and drop off locations (blink.ucsd.edu/blink/images/gallery/3394ar. jpg). Weekday Campus Loop Shuttle schedules operate from 7:00 a.m.-12:15 a.m. clockwise direction only. Weekend Campus Loop Shuttle services operate from 9:00 a.m.-12 midnight counter-clock wise direction only. Both shuttle systems are free. hone the Transportation Alternatives Office at (858) 534-RIDE for information or see the posted schedules at the shuttle stop locations. Student Conduct The UC San Diego community includes students, staff, faculty, and others who have a vested interest in the University. UC San Diego Extension students are a part of this larger University of California system and are expected to follow the same policies. The UC San Diego Student Conduct Code (http://students.ucsd.edu/student-life/_organizations/student-conduct/regulations/22.00.html) underscores the pride and the values that define our community and include the UC San Diego s rinciples of Community to further illustrate the expectations of all members of our community. This Code sets forth the applicable standards of our community and authorizes the administration of student conduct at UC San Diego Extension. The Code applies to all UC San Diego undergraduate, graduate, professional school and Extension students. Additionally, the Code also applies to applicants who become students, for alleged violations committed as part of the application process; applicants who become students, for alleged violations committed on campus and/or while participating in university-supported activities that take place following a student s submittal of the application through his or her official enrollment; and former students for alleged violations committed while a student. In addition, Extension students are responsible to follow the UC San Diego Extension Academic Integrity olicy (http://extension. ucsd.edu/student ) which administers all instances of academic misconduct including, but not limited to, plagiarizing, cheating on exams, allowing someone access to your online course and improper or missing citations. Reports of alleged violations involving sex offenses, including sexual assault and sexual misconduct, will be handled under the policies and procedures set forth in the UC San Diego Student Sex Offenses olicy. (ophd.ucsd.edu/pdf/2009finaldraftucsdstu dentsexoffenseolicy.pdf) All policy links can also be found on our website at in the FAQ Section. For further information on the procedures concerning these policies, call (858) Tax Credit 1098-T As a result of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, the law requires educational institutions to obtain a valid Social Security Number (SSN)/ Individual Taxpayer ID Number (ITIN) from all US Citizens and ermanent Residents who are subject to filing a US tax return. In order for UC San Diego Extension to file the required 1098-T form with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) concerning your enrollment and the fees you paid, we must have your valid SSN/ITIN. Students who do not provide a SSN/ITIN may be subject to a $50 fine by the IRS. If you do not have income that is subject to US tax, you are not required to supply this information to us. However, please be advised that UC San Diego Extension reports all students to the IRS whether or not you have provided a SSN/ITIN. For more information on educational tax benefits, please visit https:// or call the IRS at or visit their website at Textbooks Course books can be purchased quickly and easily in one of two ways: online or at the UCSD Bookstore. Ordering Books/Refunds: To obtain information about books that are required for your course, or to order books online, visit the UCSD Bookstore at bookstore.ucsd.edu/ books/extension. You can search for books by course number or section ID number. For your convenience, you can have your books delivered anywhere you choose. For more information about ordering, and the refund policy, see the UCSD bookstore website. Information by hone: For questions, you may call the textbook department toll free at (800) or call (858) The textbook department staff will be able to tell you which, if any, books are required or recommended by your instructor. Be sure to ask if the books are available before visiting the bookstore. Telephone Orders: The UCSD Bookstore will gladly take your order by phone. lace orders by calling (800) or (858) Advance payment by major credit card is required for the amount of the sale, plus tax and shipping. Bookstore Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sa 12:00 n.-5:00 p.m. Closed Sunday Address and arking: The UCSD Bookstore is located in the rice Center Complex at 9500 Gilman Drive in La Jolla. arking is free on Saturday and Sunday. For a printable version of the UCSD campus map including directions, visit ucsd.edu/map Transcripts myextension.ucsd.edu Transcripts are not sent automatically. Forms for official transcripts of student academic records may be downloaded online through My Extension (see page 255). You may also obtain your records in person at UCSD Extension Student Services, 9600 N. Torrey ines Rd., Bldg C, by fax, at (858) with a Visa, MC, Discover, American Express, or Diners Club (including the expiration date and signature) or, by mail, addressed to UCSD Extension, Dept 0176-H, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, CA , using the form on the inside back cover of the catalog or on the Web at extension.ucsd.edu/ student. The fee is $15 per copy. Make checks payable to UC Regents. Transcripts are processed within seven business days. Transcripts requested on a rush basis will be processed within one business day and incur an additional $20 charge. Faxed copies are available for an General Information Fall 2015 I (858) extension.ucsd.edu I 257

15 General Information additional $5 fee (for international faxes please add $10 additional fee). FedEx service is available by request for an additional $15. Will send same-day if received by 2:00 p.m. To protect the privacy of the student, UCSD Extension does not release grades over the phone. Note: For courses taken prior to September 15, 1967 records are maintained on the UCLA campus. To reach Student Services, call (858) Transferability of Credit UC San Diego Extension is not a degree-granting institution. The school or college in which students are registered determines the applicability of UC San Diego Extension courses to their degree programs. Students must check with the receiving institution for transferability. UC San Diego Extension operates on the quarter system, and all credit is given in quarter units; one quarter unit is equivalent to two-thirds a semester unit. Each quarter unit signifies approximately ten hours of classroom time. University olicy UCSD Exten sion reserves the right to can cel or resched ule cours es, or to change instruc tors. Because Extension receives no state revenue sup port, class es may be can celed at or prior to the first sched uled meet ing if fewer than the required minimum number of students enroll. Refer to com plete details in this sec tion regard ing trans fers or refunds of enroll ment fees. The State of California Information rac tic es Act of 1977 (effec tive July 1, 1978) requires that the uni ver sity pro vide the fol lowing infor ma tion to indi vid u als who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on the enroll ment form is for pro cess ing your enroll ment in UCSD Exten sion cours es. University policy authorizes maintenance of this infor ma tion. Fur nish ing all of the informa tion request ed on the enrollment form is man da to ry if you are enroll ing for cred it or con tact hours. Fail ure to pro vide this infor mation will delay or may even pre vent com pletion of the action for which the form is being filled out. Furnishing the information requested on this form is vol un tary if you are enrolling for non-credit. The information furnished may be used by var i ous uni ver sity depart ments for ver i fy ing enroll ment stat us and will be trans mit ted to the state and fed er al gov ernments if required by law. Indi vid u als have the right of access to this record as it per tains to them selves. Main te nance of the records mentioned above is the respon sibil ity of the chief operating officer, UCSD Extension, Uni ver sity of California, San Diego. Veterans Benefits Most of UCSD Extension s professional and specialized certificate programs are approved for Veterans Education Benefits. 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