In addition to the Pre-Nursing A.A. Degree, the Department of Science coordinates a Nursing Career Mobility Program through a special agree- ment with Pensacola Junior College (PJC). The pro- gram is designed to provide an educational career ladder for Licensed Practical Nurses to earn the A.S. Degree in Nursing and become Registered Nurses. All pre-nursing courses are offered at the OWCC Fort Walton Beach Campus, with the exception of NUR 2710C Career Mobility Nursing Concepts, which must be completed at Pensacola Junior College. Lab assignments are completed in local area hospitals. General Education courses for the program may be completed at the various OWCC locations. Interested individuals without the LPN certificate would need to attend selected courses on the PJC Warrington Campus. For addi- tional information, contact OWCC Counseling, or call the PJC Department of Nursing at (850) 484- 2278.
The associate in applied science (AAS) degree program is designed to lead the individual directly to employment in a specific career. It is strongly suggested that one-third of the work for the associate in applied sciencedegree shall be in general education. While the titles given these degrees vary considerably among community colleges, the most common title is associate in applied science. Although the objective of the associate in applied sciencedegree is to enhance employment opportunities, some baccalaureate degree granting institutions have developed upper division programs to recognize this degree for transfer of credits. The associate in applied sciencedegreeprograms must be designed to recognize this dual possibility and to encourage students to recognize the long-term career possibilities that continued academic study will create.
ACR 2903L HVAC/R INTERNSHIP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 CR. (9 LAB) Prerequisite: Students must have successfully completed a minimum of 30 semester hours toward an Associate of Applied Sciencedegree in Department of Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better. Students must complete an internship application which will require a current student identification number, phone number, email address, copy of current driver’s license, and resume. The student must also complete and submit an Arkansas Department of Health application for HVACR Registrant to the internship instructor. Students may be required to interview with the prospective employer, complete a drug screen and a background check. Students who elect to enroll in this course are placed by advisors in a business or industry that will provide on-the-job training as an extension of the classroom. Offered on demand. This internship course is designed to give students the experience of a job in their field of study. An internship cannot be completed at a student’s current place of employment. Completion of prerequisites does not guarantee student internship placement. The number of available internship positions and specific requirements may vary each semester depending on employer needs. Internship positions will be filled a the discretion of the internship instructor and will be based on information obtained and provided by internship applicants. This may include placement based on GPA rankings and student interests.
To provide a listing of Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science, Associate in Science Allied Health/Nursing, Associate in Applied Science Allied Health, Allied Health College Credit Certificate, College Credit Certificate, Advanced Technical Certificate, Non- Degree Status, Vocational Certificate, and Bachelors in Scienceprograms offered at Miami Dade College.
The AssociateDegree in Nursing program requires applicants to demonstrate their competency in math, reading, language and science on the National League of Nursing (NLN) Pre-Admission Exam (PAX) given at the IRSC Main Campus. The result of this testing is a component of the selective admissions process. IRSC provides assistance in preparing for this examination. Books and study packets are available for purchase in the campus and area bookstores.
The following table is the list of Articulated Associate Degrees between El Paso Community College and Grand Canyon University (GCU). Students who complete a transfer-oriented associatedegree (Associate of Arts or Associate of Science) may fulfill Grand Canyon University’s General Education requirements. Students without a transfer-oriented degree (Associate of Applied Science) must fulfill the General Education requirements and have a course-by-course evaluation completed. Additional programmatic admission requirements and transfer policy information can be found within the University Policy Handbook.
This course prepares students to analyze an organization’s business and technical requirements and design a Windows 2000 directory services infrastructure. Students learn and practice the four-stage Active Directory infrastructure design process, including creating a forest plan, a domain plan, an organizational unit (OU), and a site topology plan. Students also learn how to create an Active Directory implementation plan. This course supports the Microsoft Windows 2000 Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) program and prepares students for Microsoft exam 70-219. Applied to the AssociateDegree. Transfer credit: CSU.
The following table is the list of Articulated Associate Degrees between Cuyamaca College and Grand Canyon University (GCU). Students who complete a transfer-oriented associatedegree (Associate of Arts or Associate of Science) may fulfill Grand Canyon University’s General Education requirements. Students without a transfer-oriented degree (Associate of Applied Science) must fulfill the General Education requirements and have a course-by-course evaluation completed. Additional programmatic admission requirements and transfer policy information can be found within the http://www.gcu.edu/Policy-Handbook.php.
The program provides students the opportunity to earn an Associates of ScienceDegree in Veterinary Technology, and take the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE). Strengths include: currently two highly dedicated and experienced full-time permanent faculty members, as well as two outstanding adjunct faculty members; state-of-the-art equipment and supplies located on site; strong demand for program with consistent new enrollment growth; and outstanding support of area veterinary professionals. Challenges include: growth of the program by doubling its size to encompass two starting classes per year with more classes being offered at other campuses.
Multiple Associate Degrees can be awarded within one occupational pro- gram unless otherwise stated in the specific program description of this cata- log. To be eligible for multiple Associate Degrees at Cabrillo College, a student must satisfactorily complete all the requirements of the majors with at least a 2.0 grade point average. In addition, students must complete at least ten (10) units in coursework specific to their major requirements (as per the suggested programs in the Cabrillo College Catalog) that are not replicated in the major requirements for any other degree they seek or possess.
3. Complete an application for the mortuary science program 4. Submit all transcripts (H.S., College or GED) to Sandburg 5. Submit proof of interview with a licensed funeral director 6. The Hepatitis B Vaccination is required prior to admission Enrollment in the program is limited to a specific number of students due to accreditation requirements. The accelerated program is designed to meet the needs of those applicants who have already attained the necessary educational requirements in order to complete the required Mortuary Science major courses in a two-semester sequence. Students who enroll in the program must earn a minimum grade of "C" (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) in all courses required in the mortuary science program. Failure to attain these grade requirements will result in dismissal from the program with an option to reapply to the program only available on a onetime basis.
The TEAS will be administered on scheduled testing dates. Each applicant may take the exam three times within three years. Only the two most recent attempts will be used towards the selective admissions process. Students can complete remediation between attempts. Remediation options are as follows: developmental courses, college credit courses, and/or continuing education courses or other strategies related to the subject areas. TEAS scores are valid for three years and must be current when submitting a Dental Programs application. There is no minimum score required, but the percentage correct in the areas of Math, Reading, English and Science will be used for admissions consideration.
Select one course from: CHIL 160, Observing and Understanding Children CHIL 161, Observations and Issues in Child Development CHIL 270, Work Experience CHIL 291, or 291A, or 291B, or 291C, or 291D, Child Development Center Practicum............. 1-4 Total Units = 10-13 Certificate of Completion: Infant/Toddler Care* This certificate prepares students with basic training to work with children aged birth to three years in licensed home/family care and center programs. Child Development courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Courses: Units CHIL 100, Introduction to Child development or CHIL 101, Principles of Child Development & Observation ................................................. 3
The experiential learning program allows students to ap- ply work experience and training toward an Associate of Applied Sciencedegree. It is a way for students to earn course credits at Mesalands for completed on-the-job training and courses where certificates are given. Obvi- ous programs that may qualify for experiential learning credits are in certificate programs, Diesel Technology, Farrier Science and other similar areas of study. Experi- ential learning allows the student to improve upon their certificate and obtain an Applied Sciencedegree. Students who have had applicable training, previous vo- cational, or military experience may petition for college credit by submitting an Experiential Learning Portfolio. Up to 18 college credits may be awarded toward the As- sociate of Applied ScienceDegree in General Studies. Credit is awarded only if appropriate experiential learning has occurred and is documented in the Experi- ential Learning Portfolio Handbook.
New Jersey college students who have completed an associatedegree and meet the established institutional requirements used to allow native students to achieve junior class status shall not be denied transfer to a New Jersey participating senior college or university. The associates in art or science degrees will be viewed as a transparent part of the first two years of a four-year program. Students who have completed at least 56 semester hours and meet the same standards the senior college/university applies to associatedegree transfer students will be given preference in transfer to New Jersey public senior colleges and universities. Transfer students who have met the conditions of the published articulation agreement between the sending and receiving institutions will not be asked to take a higher number of credits for the baccalaureate degree than the indigenous students of the senior institution. Capacity limits of the senior college or university may limit admission to the institution.
San Juan College offers the Associate of Applied Science in Human Services, Generalist Track, as an occupational training and job upgrading program. The curriculum is designed to provide the educational skills and practical experi- ences necessary to enable a student to enter this occupational field. The program is designed to provide students with employable skills for entry level positions in mental health, social services, substance abuse treatment, client advocacy, community outreach, community shelters, youth programs, and other service oriented programs; and provide students with credits leading to a bachelor’s degree in social work at colleges or universities in New Mexico.
The Community and Public Services program enables students to participate as full team mem- bers, maintain currency in the rapidly changing field of health and human services, and advance in this field over time. Health and human services theory, policy, and practice are embedded in the Community and Public Services program. Students gain valuable uptodate knowledge while obtaining critical on-the-job experience. They have the option of completing the minimum requirements to receive a Certificate of Achievement or completing both the minimum require- ments and general education requirements to obtain an Associate in Arts Degree.
Engineering Technology degreeprograms include Architectural Engineering Technology, Civil Engi- neering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology. The Mechanical Engineering Technology degree offers concentrations in Computer Aided Design, Me- chanical Systems, Mechanical Processes, and Nuclear Technology. Students can earn an Associate in Sciencedegree while taking courses in Engineering Transfer which provides the first two years of a four-year engineering major in the areas of Electrical, Computer, Civil, Mechanical, Chemical Engi- neering, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, and Manufacturing Technology. Engineering Technologies also offers the associatedegree in General Technology/Occupational Tech- nology, which allows a student to plan an individual program of study to meet specific needs. A number of the programs within Engineering Technologies have developed flexible, short-term cer- tificate programs designed for students who wish to specialize in one area of employment. These certificates also give those in the workforce opportunities to upgrade their skills on modern equipment. The introduction of computers into virtually every aspect of business and industry has increased the need for these high-technology training opportunities. The training opportunities change continually in response to community and industry needs. The certificate curricula are reviewed and updated pe- riodically in response to these changes, so the student is cautioned to discuss certificate choices and course selections with an Engineering Advisor before each registration cycle.