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AST - Astronomy

AST-001: Astronomy (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including early human observations, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Grade Only.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences

AST-002: Astronomy Laboratory (Min Credits: 1.0)

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053 Prerequisite/Corequisite ASTRO 001 This course covers astronomical projects using lab equipment and computers, reinforcing the concepts introduced in ASTRO 001. Grade Only.

AST-003: Astronomy With Lab (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including the observations of the night sky, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Grade Only.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

AST-003H: Astronomy With Lab - Honors (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers the entire panorama of the universe including the observations of the night sky, the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology. Students cannot get credit for both ASTRO 003 and ASTRO 003H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

AST-004: Astrobiology - Life in the Universe (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course examines the astronomical influences on life on Earth and the possibility of life other places in the Universe. We study the chemical basis for life, the origin, evolution, and constraints of life on Earth, and the markers of life that may be seen in the Universe.

BIO - Biological Sciences

BIO-001A: General Biology: Cells (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite CHM 001A ; Prerequisite MAT 000C or any higher math ; and Prerequisite BIO 010 or Prerequisite BIO 011 ; Advisory CHM 001B This course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and is designed for students intending to transfer to majors in the biological sciences as well as for those seeking to enter professional programs such as medicine or pharmacy. Grade Only.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-001AH: General Biology: Cells-Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This honors course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and is designed for students intending to transfer to majors in the biological sciences as well as for those seeking to enter professional programs such as medicine or pharmacy. Students may not receive credit for both BIOSC 001A and BIOSC 001AH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

BIO-001B: General Biology: Organisms (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite BIO 001A This course examines the unity and diversity of multicellular life, ecological and evolutionary principles, and form/function relationships in plants and animals. The course is designed for students majoring in the biological sciences or seeking entry to professional programs such as Medicine, Pharmacy, and Dentistry.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-004: Microbiology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite CHM 001A or Prerequisite CHM 060 or Prerequisite CHM 030A or Prerequisite CHM 030B ; and Prerequisite BIO 010 and Prerequisite BIO 010L , or Prerequisite BIO 011 or Prerequisite BIO 022 or Prerequisite BIO 041 or Prerequisite BIO 043 or Prerequisite BIO 048 This course is intended for nursing and other health-science majors. Lecture topics include the morphology and physiology of the major groups of microorganisms, microbial genetics, mechanisms of infection and disease, and the human immune response to infection. Laboratory activities focus on the culture and identification of bacteria of medical importance.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-010: Introduction to Biology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

BIO 010 is an introductory course in biology designed for the non-biological sciences major. Topics include cell structure and function, energy exchange and life processes, taxonomy, ecology, heredity, diversification and evolution. This lecture course may be taken with or without BIOSC 010L, Introduction to Biology Lab.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-010L: Introduction to Biology Lab (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Corequisite BIO 010 or Prerequisite BIO 010 This is an introductory general biology laboratory course designed for non-science majors. All students who enroll in this lab course must also enroll in a BIO 010 lecture.

5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-011: Human Biology (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to biology concepts and principles, using humans as a model. BIOSC 011 satisfies the same general education requirement as BIOSC 010.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, B - AA-AS Natural Sciences - DNU, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-012: Emerging Infectious Diseases (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

In this introductory biology course, learn how infectious agents cause disease, and what factors are leading to the emergence of new diseases such as mad cow, SARS, and drug-resistant tuberculosis.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-014: Introductory Neuroscience (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is an introduction to the organization and functions of the nervous system. The physiology of the brain and senses are discussed. Emotions, sleep, language, attention, memory, and a survey of nervous system disorders are explored.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-016: Marine Biology (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This four unit course introduces students of all disciplines to ocean ecology and marine life. Topics are explored through classroom learning and seven required field trips to local marine habitats and research facilities in the San Francisco and Monterey Bays. Some field trips may extend beyond regularly scheduled class meeting time. Students arrange their own transportation to the field sites.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-017: Genetics and Society (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. It is designed for the general education student.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-017H: Genetics and Society - Honors (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is a broad survey of genetics, with a focus on the societal impacts of topics in genetics such as human genetic disease, biotechnology, reproductive technologies, and evolution. The honors component involves an in-depth analysis of specific topics, using current information from research journals. Students cannot get credit for both BIOSC 017 and BIOSC 017H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-019: Oceans: Life in the Sea (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This non-majors course surveys the biological principles of marine science. It provides an overview of the ocean environment, diversity of marine life, basic ecological principles and types of marine ecosystems. The relationship between humans and the ocean is emphasized, focusing on conservation biology and sustainability.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-022: Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health Workers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an overview of the normal structure and function of the human body and is designed to provide a foundation for the study of disease and dysfunction in the clinical setting. BIOSC 022 is designed to meet the state board requirements for VN and PT programs.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-025: Environmental Biology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course is designed for student of all disciplines to introduce a wide range of contemporary biological topics that will affect their lives; e.g., population growth and control, environmental problems, genetic manipulation, nutrition, energy issues, etc.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

BIO-030: Tropical Ecology (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

The amazing diversity of life in the tropics is the subject of this introductory level class. Students explore rainforest inhabitants and their relationships, and learn about their value and conservation. This lecture course may be taken with or without BIOSC 030L, Tropical Ecology Lab.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences

BIO-030L: Tropical Ecology Field Studies (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

In this introductory level class, students carry out research methods that ecologists use to observe and investigate tropical ecosystems. This lab course may be taken with or without BIOSC 030, Tropical Ecology.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-032: California Plants and Animals (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This field course explores the ecology of California flora and fauna through studies of plants and animals in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems within the San Francisco Bay region.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-041: Principles of Evolution and Animal Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C (or any higher level mathematics course) , Prerequisite CHM 002 (or any higher level chemistry course) ; and Prerequisite BIO 010 or Prerequisite Equivalent High School or College Biology course with lab. This course is intended for students majoring in biology and related fields. The course introduces the principles of animal biology and evolutionary theory to the biology major. Topics include animal phylogeny, diversity, principles of evolution, natural history, morphology, physiology, and development.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-042: Principles of Plant Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite High School or College biology course and Prerequisite MAT 000C and Prerequisite CHM 001A This is a course for biology majors that examines principles of botany through comprehensive studies of the major plant, fungi and algal phyla, with emphasis on structure, function and evolution of vascular plants. Ecological principles are also discussed.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-043: Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite BIO 010 and Prerequisite BIO 010L , or Prerequisite BIO 011 or Prerequisite BIO 041 or Prerequisite BIO 042 or Prerequisite equivalent course in College Biology ; and Prerequisite CHM 001A and Prerequisite MAT 000C Advisory CHM 001B This course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and completes the general biology sequence required for transfer students in the biological sciences and for those seeking to enter Pharmacy and other professional programs.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-043H: Principles of Cell and Molecular Biology - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course is a comprehensive introduction to cell and molecular biology, and completes the general biology sequence required for transfer students in the biological sciences and for those seeking to enter Pharmacy and other professional programs. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-047: Human Anatomy (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite BIO 010 and Prerequisite BIO 010L ; or Prerequisite BIO 011 , or Prerequisite BIO 022 , or Prerequisite BIO 041 , or Prerequisite BIO 043 This course is a detailed lecture and laboratory study of the gross and microscopic structures of the human body in preparation for careers in nursing,physical therapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology, etc.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-048: Human Physiology (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite BIO 047 ; and Prerequisite CHM 001A or Prerequisite CHM 001AH or Prerequisite CHM 030A or Prerequisite CHM 060 ; Advisory MAT 000C or Advisory MAT 000CM This course provides students with a basic understanding of the physiological mechanisms underlying body function, including the chemical and cellular basis for the workings of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and digestive systems. The laboratory portion familiarizes students with scientific analysis and research techniques.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-048H: Human Physiology - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course provides students with a basic understanding of the physiological mechanisms underlying body function, including the chemical and cellular basis for the workings of the nervous, muscular, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal and digestive systems. The laboratory portion familiarizes students with scientific analysis and research techniques. The honors component involves an in-depth analysis of specific topics, using current information from research journals. Students cannot get credit for both BIOSC 48 and BIOSC 48H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B2 - CSU Life Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

BIO-081H: Honors Seminar in Biology Studies (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is an honors course involving discussion and analysis of current and significant research work in the field of biological science. Students develop an in-depth understanding of the application of the scientific method to research areas such as cell and molecular biology, genetics, cancer, neuroscience, ecology, sustainability, etc. The course includes presentations by students and invited guests. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

BIO-092E: Special Projects in Environmental Studies (Min Credits: 2.0)

Advisory:BIOSC 025. Under the guidance of a faculty member, student groups carry out research projects that address global problems by applying local solutions on topics such as vermiculture, sustainable aquaponics, habitat enhancement, or burrowing owl conservation. This course is also listed as GLOBL 092E. Pass/No Pass Option.

CHM - Chemistry

CHM-001A: General Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 002 or High School Chemistry with a "B" or better ; and MAT 000C or MAT 000CM. This course is pre-professional chemistry for students planning a career in science related fields. High school Chemistry with a B or better is required.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-001AH: General Chemistry I - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Chemistry 001A is the first of a two-semester of general college-level inorganic chemistry series designed for students majoring in biology, chemistry, engineering, pre-med, and other fields demanding rigorous scientific preparation. Not recommended for nursing. Students cannot get credit for both CHM 001A and CHM 001AH. High school Chemistry with a B is also required. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-001B: General Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001A or CHM 001AH. This course is a continuation of CHM 001A (General Chemistry I) and is intended for majors in chemistry, biological sciences, engineering, and professional programs in medicine and pharmacy. Topics include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, chemistry of the transition elements, and selected topics in nuclear chemistry.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-001BH: General Chemistry II - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course is a continuation of CHEM 001A (General Chemistry I) and is intended for majors in chemistry, biological sciences, engineering, and professional programs in medicine and pharmacy. Topics include chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, chemistry of the transition elements, and selected topics in nuclear chemistry. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 001B and CHEM 001BH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-002: Introductory Chemistry (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or any MAT course higher than MAT 000C. This is a preprofessional chemistry course designed for students planning a career in science-related fields and to prepare students for CHM 001A.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences

CHM-002L: Introductory Chemistry Laboratory (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Corequisite CHM 002 or Prerequisite CHM 002 This course is a laboratory component to accompany CHM 002: Introductory Chemistry.

5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-007: Biochemistry: An Introduction to Structure, Enzymes, and Metabolism (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite CHM 012B or Prerequisite CHM 012BH ; or Corequisite CHM 012B or Corequisite CHM 012BH Biological chemistry is the study of the molecular nature of life. This course survesy biological structures (proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids), enzyme function, and the chemical processes of metabolism.

CHM-012A: Organic Chemistry I (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 001B or CHM 001BH. This course is a study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-012AH: Organic Chemistry I - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course is a study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. Students cannot get credit for both CHEM 012A and CHEM 012AH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-012B: Organic Chemistry II (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite: CHM 012A or CHM 012AH. This course is the continuing study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-012BH: Organic Chemistry II - Honors (3.0 Lecture/2.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This honors course is the continuing study of the fundamentals of organic chemistry with emphasis on underlying concepts. It is recommended for chemistry majors, chemical engineering majors, and most biology majors, pre-pharmacy, pre-medical and pre-dental students. Students cannot get credit for both CHM 012B and CHM 012BH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5B - IGETC Biological Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-030A: Fundamentals of Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 903 or Prerequisite MAT 903M or higher CHM 030A is an introductory chemistry course designed for nursing and allied-health majors. Topics include dimensional analysis, inorganic nomenclature, atomic and molecular structure, bonding, chemical reactions, gas laws, solutions, acids-bases, oxidation-reduction, equilibrium and electrolyte systems. This course is not recommended for students majoring in biology or chemistry or for those seeking entry to professional programs in medicine or pharmacy.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-030B: Fundamentals of Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite CHM 030A This course is a continuation of CHM 030A. It is intended for pre-nursing students and is not recommended for science majors or those seeking entry to professional programs in medicine or pharmacy. This course is a survey of the major classes of biological macromolecules and their role in the chemistry of life processes. This course satisfies the general education requirements for non-science majors.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CHM-060: Survey of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 903 or Prerequisite MAT 903M or any higher math Chemistry 060 is a one-semester survey of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry designed for students majoring in health sciences such as nursing or physical therapy.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

CIS - Computer Information Systems

CIS-007: Python Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an introductory course in programming using Python. No prior programming experience required. Students learn to design, code, and execute programs using the Python programming language. This class covers basic programming concepts, object-oriented programming and GUI programming concepts and topics.

CIS-008: Advanced Python Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an advanced course in Python programming that covers features of the language and its libraries. Students learn about parallel programming using threads and processes, network programming (client-side and server-side), database programming and persistence, text processing and regular expressions, and HTML and XML parsing.

CIS-033: Robotics and Embedded System (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 037A and CIS 039 This course is an introduction to microcontrollers and interfacing. It covers the basic hardware components such as LEDs, switches, motors and sensors needed to build a robot and introudces the components needed for the drone hardware. In addition it includes programming of the microcontroller.

CIS-037A: Introduction to C Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods of computer programming using C language. The course covers data types, expressions, control structures, functions, sequential files, arrays, pointers, strings, string library and ADTs. It also covers low level programming elements such as memory manipulations, pass-by reference pointers, structs and bit level manipulation.

CIS-039: Introduction to Computer Systems (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course provides a solid introduction to computer systems and machine language programming. Students learn the inner working of computer systems, instruction sets, assembly language programming, and data representation. Students also learn how to understand the code that a compiler generates, the memory layout and hierarchy, and the details of linking and loading.

CIS-040: C++ Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIS 037A This is an introductory course in programming using C++. Students learn to design, code, and execute programs using the C++ programming language. This class includes control structures, functions, object-oriented programming concepts and topics.

CIS-043: Software Development With Java Programming (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to the concepts and methods of computer programming with an emphasis on OOP (Object-Oriented Programming), using Java programming language. This course also includes applets, GUI (graphical user interface), arrays lists, arrays, streams and exception handling.

CIS-044: Intro to Data Structures Using Java (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an advanced course in Java Programming Language. It covers basic data structures such as stacks, lists, dynamic arrays, trees, and the algorithms of their implementation.

CIS-044A: Perl Programming (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MATH 903 or MATH 903M, Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053. This is an introductory course in Perl programming. This course includes instruction on the basic features of Perl scripting/programming. It covers regular expressions, operators, arrays, functions, file handlers, system interface and exception handling. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIS-045: Linux Essentials I (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is an introductory course in the Linux operating system. Students learn the basic Linux commands and utilities, including files, editors and shell scripting.

CIS-046: Linux Essentials II (Shell Programming) (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course builds upon CIS 045, Linux Essentials I, to cover shell and scripting in depth. Students learn to program in Bourne Again Shell, including variables, expressions, control structure, files and subroutines. This course also includes networking, internet and Perl scripting.

CIS-047: Linux System Administration I (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an introductory course in Linux system administration. Students learn hands-on skills for Linux administration, including system initialization, file system management, user and services administration and network configuration.

CIS-048: Advanced Linux System Administration (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This is an advanced course in the Linux system administration series. Students learn to set-up and configure Linux based servers and networks. The course covers file systems, file sharing, mail server, LDAP, DNS, fire wall, web server and network security.

CIS-055: Introduction to Database and SQL (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers the concepts of relational databases and SQL query language. Students learn to create tables, insert data, update data and retrieve records in a database. This course introduces students to widely used database systems such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL server, and MySQL.

CIS-056: Database Essentials - PL/SQL (2.5 Lecture/0.5 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory: CIS 055 This course is an introduction to database programming and management. It builds upon the basic database and SQL course to cover stored procedures, functions, packages, and database triggers.

CIS-060: Mobile Apps Programming - Iphone (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory CIS 043 or Advisory CIS 040 This course is an introduction to programming iPhone and iPad applications using an object-oriented paradigm. Students learn to develop simple to more advanced applications using Swift including Model-View-Control framework, graphical-user interface, classes, methods, and messages.

CIS-063: Mobile Apps Programming - Android (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to programming applications for the Android operating system. Students learn to develop simple to more advanced applications using the latest Java technologies and the Android SDK.

CIS-064: Advanced Android Apps Development (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory CIS 063 This is an advanced course on Android application development that builds upon CIS 063, Mobile Apps Programming-Android. Topics include broadcast, services, custom views, widgets, SMS, and device hardware features.

CIS-065: C# .Net Programming (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course builds upon CIS 65, C#.NET programming, to cover web-based programming including graphical user interfaces with Web forms, ASP.NET and database access. Students learn to design, code, and execute programs using Visual C# programming language in a Microsoft Visual Studio development environment

CIS-082: Ruby and Ruby on Rails (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is web programming course on agile web development using Ruby on Rails. It covers Ruby on Rails framework, Ruby programming language, Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework, site layouts, data models, authentication, validations, updates, user management and application deployment.

CIS-086: Web Development with PHP and MySQL (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Advisory CA 097A and Advisory CIS 007 This is an introductory course on web server side programming using PHP and MySQL. This course includes basic PHP programming elements, mySQL database basics and how to create a database driven web application using PHP and mySQL.

CIS-088: Advanced Javascript for Web Developers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This is an advanced course on JavaScript. It covers the following advanced topics: IIFEs, Regular expressions, JSON, XML, REST, HTML5 Canvas, jQuery, MVC, single page applications, Angular, client-server interaction, Node.js and Ajax.

CIT - Computer Information Technology

CIT-011: Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software ( A+) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: MAT 903. This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software and advanced concepts such as security, networking, mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, client side virtualization, and the responsibilities of an IT professional. It helps students prepare for entry-level career opportunities in ICT and for the CompTIA A+ certification. It also provides a learning pathway to Cisco CCNA.

CIT-012: Introduction to Networking (Network+) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course introduces the fundamental building blocks that form the modern network, such as protocols, media, topologies and hardware. It then provides in-depth coverage of the most important concepts in contemporary networking, such as TCP/IP, Ethernet, wireless transmission, virtual networks, security and troubleshooting. This course helps students prepare for entry-level career opportunities in ICT and the CompTIA Network+ certification. It also provides a learning pathway to Cisco CCNA.

CIT-016: CyberSecurity and Ethical Hacking (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is an introduction to IT security and ethical hacking using the latest operating systems, security techniques, and wireless standards. It also covers the fundamentals of system security, network infrastructure, access control, assessments and audits, cryptography, and organizational security. Students gain hands-on experience with various ethical hacking methods and techniques.

CIT-021: Cisco Network Fundamentals (CISCO-1) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is the first of four courses leading to the CCNA designation. This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks.

CIT-022: Routing and Switching Essentia (CISCO-2) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite CIT 021 This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality.

CIT-023: Scaling Networks (CISCO-3) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite CIT 022 This course is the third of four courses leading to the Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA Routing and Switching) designation. It describes the architecture,components, and operations of routers and switches in a larger and more complex network. Students learn how to configure routers and switches for advanced functionality.

CIT-024: Connecting Networks (CISCO-4) (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite CIT 023 This course is the fourth of four courses leading to the CCNA designation. This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required in Enterprise networks.

CIT-025: Cisco 5-IMPLEMENTING Cisco Ip Routing (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 024. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053. This course teaches students how to implement, monitor, and maintain routing services in an enterprise network. Students will learn how to plan, configure, and verify the implementation of complex enterprise LAN and WAN routing solutions, using a range of routing protocols in IPv4 and IPv6 environments. The course also covers the configuration of secure routing solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers. Comprehensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIT-026: Cisco 6-IMPLEMENTING Cisco Ip Switched N (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 024. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053. This course teaches students how to implement, monitor, and maintain switching in converged enterprise campus networks. Students learn how to plan, configure, and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions. The course also covers the secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice, and video into campus networks. Comprehensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIT-027: Cisco 7 Troubleshooting Cisco Ip Switche (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 024, Eligibility for ENGL 001A and READ 053. This course teaches students how to monitor and maintain complex, enterprise routed and switched IP networks. Skills learned include the planning and execution of regular network maintenance, as well as support and troubleshooting using technology-based processes and best practices, in a systematic and ITIL-compliant approach. Extensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce troubleshooting techniques. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIT-046: Designing a Secure Windows 2000 Network (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: CIT 044. Advisory: CIS 054B. Students will learn how to provide secure access to local network users, remote users and remote offices, between private and public networks and to partners. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIT-060: NetWare Administration (Min Credits: 3.0)

Corequisite: CIT 160. Advisory: CIS 054B, This is the day to day administration of a NetWare 5 server, clients, printer, etc. Pass/No Pass Option.

CIT-078: Microsoft Server Essentials 1 (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIT 011 This course focuses primarily on the installation, storage, “compute features and functionality” and the “networking features and functionality” available in Windows Server 2016. It covers general installation tasks and considerations and the installation and configuration of Nano Server, in addition to the creation and management of images for deployment. It also covers DFS and BranchCache solutions, high performance network features and functionality, and implementation of software-defined networking (SDN) solutions, such as Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) and Network Controller.

CIT-079: Microsoft Server Essentials 2 (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory: CIT 078 and ENGL 001A. This course is the second of three courses leading to the Microsoft Server Certificate program. This course provides the basic knowledge necessary to understand and identify the tasks involved in designing, building, administering, managing and supporting Network Operating Systems based networks.Pass/No Pass Option

EGR - Engineering

EGR-010: Introduction to Engineering (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory MAT 903 or Advisory MAT 903M Students explore the field of engineering and develop skills to succeed in engineering. Hands-on design projects introduce engineering design and evaluation as well as the problem-solving process. Tours and guest speakers are included.

EGR-010H: Introduction to Engineering - Honors (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is the honors version of Introduction to Engineering. Students explore the field of engineering and develop skills to succeed in engineering. Hands-on design projects introduce engineering design and evaluation. Tours and guest speakers are included. Students may not receive credit for both ENGR 010 and ENGR 010H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

EGR-023: Mechanics - Statics (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003B or any higher level math, and Prerequisite PHY 004A This course applies the principles of mechanics to evaluate the static equilibrium of two- and three- dimensional engineering structures.

EGR-024: Introduction to Circuit Analysis (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003B , Prerequisite PHY 004B Advisory MAT 004A This is an introductory course in the analysis of DC and AC electric circuits using techniques based on Kirchoff's laws, Ohm's law, and Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems.

EGR-024L: Introduction to Circuit Analysis Lab Laboratory (1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 1.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003B Prerequisite PHY 004B Corequisite EGR 024 This course is an introduction to the construction and measurement of electrical circuits. Students use electrical test and measurement instruments including multimeters, oscilloscopes, power supplies, and function generators. Some labs require the use of circuit simulation software. This course is primarily for engineering transfer students.

EGR-025: Engineering Graphics and Design (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000D ; or Prerequisite MAT 002 ; or Prerequisite MAT 003A ; or Prerequisite MAT 003AH Engineering graphics based on conceptual sketching and computer aided design (CAD) are used to develop visualization tools for design. Graphics principles are taught and integrated into the design projects.

EGR-026: Engineering Materials (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite CHM 001A Prerequisite PHY 004A This course presents the internal structures and resulting behaviors of materials used in engineering applications, including metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and semiconductors. The emphasis is upon developing the ability both to select appropriate materials to meet engineering design criteria and to understand the effects of heat, stress, imperfections, and chemical environments upon material properties and performance. Laboratory work is included.

EGR-030: Introduction to Computing for Engineers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Advisory:Eligibility for ENG 001A and REA 054, CIS 002, MAT 003A. This course introduces students to engineering problem solving using computer programming. A high level language, such as C/C++, is used. Pass/No Pass Option.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th

MAT - Math

MAT-000B: Plane Geometry (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MATH 903 or satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Exam. Basic concepts of plane geometry for lines, planes, triangles and spheres and an introduction to deductive reasoning. Pass/No Pass Option.

MAT-000C: Intermediate Algebra (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 903 or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. ; or Prerequisite MAT 903M or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. and Prerequisite MAT 903MX or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. The student will study fundamental laws of exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, graphical representations, complex numbers, functions and inverses, logarithmic and exponential functions, conic sections, sequences and series, linear systems and inequalities, and applied problems.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th

MAT-000CG: Mathematics for the Associate Degree Student (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite Placement into Math CG or higher by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam ; or Prerequisite MATH 903 or Prerequisite MATH 903M This course is a math survey course that uses creative thinking and problem solving as tools to connect the development of various areas of mathematics. Topics may include number systems, geometric and algebraic patterns, and a variety of real world applications. This is an associate degree level course but does not substitute for Math C.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th

MAT-000CM: Intermediate Algebra (MAPS) (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 903 or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. ; or Prerequisite MAT 903M or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. and Prerequisite MAT 903MX or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. ; and Corequisite MAT 00CMX Math CMX must be taken concurrently with Math CM. The MAPS program offers students a team approach to succeed in elementary and intermediate algebra. This program is designed for students who have had difficulty in their math course in the past and is the second course in the MAPS sequence. The students study fundamental laws of exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, graphical representations, complex numbers, functions and inverses, logarithmic and exponential functions, conic sections, sequences and series, linear systems and inequalities, and applied problems. Concurrent enrollment in MAT 00CMX is mandatory. Pass/No Pass Option.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th

MAT-000D: Trigonometry (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite Placement into Math D or higher by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam , or Prerequisite MAT 000C ; or Prerequisite MAT 000CM and Prerequisite MAT 00CMX Students study trigonometric functions including applications to triangles, circular functions, radian measure, graphs and polar coordinates, trigonometric identities, inverse trigonometric functions, vectors, and complex numbers.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-000G: Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Student (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite Placement into Math G or higher by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam ; or Prerequisite MAT 000C or Prerequisite MAT 000CM This course introduces creative thinking skills using fascinating examples, problem solving, self-exploration, and expository work. Topics may include: sequences and series, probability and statistics, countable and uncountable sets, and the Pythagorean Theorem.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-001: College Algebra (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Exam or Prerequisite MAT 000CM This college-level course in algebra covers the following topics: polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, absolute value, and logarithmic functions; systems of equations; theory of polynomial equations; and analytic geometry.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-002: Precalculus and Trigonometry (6.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 6.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or Prerequisite MAT 000CM or Prerequisite Satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Exam. This course incorporates all topics found in pre-calculus algebra (MAT 001) and trigonometry (MAT 000D). This is an intensive course for the highly motivated and very well prepared student.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-003A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 002 or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. ; or Prerequisite MAT 000D or higher or satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Exam. and Prerequisite MAT 001 or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. This is the first part of the three-semester calculus sequence. Topics include functions,limits, continuity, differentiation and integration, and applications for polynomial and transcendental functions.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-003AH: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I - Honors (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

This course is the honors version of the Calculus I course and is the first part of the three-semester calculus sequence. Topics include functions, limits, continuity, differentiation and integration, and applications for polynomial and transcendental functions. Students may not receive credit for both MATH 003A and MATH 003AH. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-003B: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003A or Prerequisite MAT 003AH This is the second part of the three-semester calculus sequence. Topics include infinite series, vectors in the plane, parametric equations, conic sections, polar coordinates and integration techniques with applications.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-004A: Multivariable Calculus (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers vector-valued functions, calculus of functions of more than one variable, partial derivatives, multiple integration, Green's Theorem, Stokes' Theorem, and the divergence theorem.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-004B: Differential Equations (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Topics include ordinary differential equations, with emphasis on linear equations, and partial differential equations. Methods include Laplace Transforms, power series, Fourier series, numerical solutions and applications.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-004C: Linear Algebra (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course covers basic linear algebra including systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination, determinants, matrices, vector spaces, transformations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-005: Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003A or Prerequisite MAT 003AH or higher. This course utilizes the MATLAB environment to provide students with a working knowledge of computer-based problem-solving methods relevant to mathematics, science and engineering. Topics include procedural and object-oriented programming, two- and three-dimensional graphing, data import and export, curve fitting, recursion and applications in engineering, physics, and mathematics.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th

MAT-008: Finite Mathematics (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or placement into Math 8 or higher by the Mission College Placement Exam. ; or Prerequisite MAT 000CM or placement into Math 8 or higher by the Mission College Placement Exam. and Prerequisite MAT 000CMX or placement into Math 8 or higher by the Mission College Placement Exam. Course topics include linear equations, matrix systems, linear programming, set theory, mathematics of finance, and introductory probability and statistics.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-009: Integrated Statistics II (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 909 This is the second of two courses in the Statway sequence. Students study probability, descriptive and inferential statistics including probability distribution, hypothesis testing, linear regression and applications. Current statistical technology packages are used. This sequence is recommended for students with majors that require no mathematics beyond freshman-level statistics. Successful completion of both Math 909 and Math 009 is required to satisfy CSU and UC transferability.

AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-00CMX: Intermediate Algebra MAPS Extra (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 903 or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. ; or Prerequisite MAT 903M or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. and Prerequisite MAT 903MX or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. ; and Corequisite MAT 000CM Math CM must be taken concurrently with Math CMX. This lecture course is a corequisite for MAT 000CM. It is part of the MAPS program and provides additional time to help students succeed by participating in enhanced and innovative learning strategies and activities.

MAT-00CP: Prep Trig/Bus Math (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: MATH 000C or satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Exam. This is an accelerated review of all the material from Intermediate Algebra. The course will concentrate on those areas of Intermediate Algebra which require additional work. Pass/No Pass Only.

MAT-010: Elementary Statistics (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or Prerequisite MAT 000CM or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam , or Prerequisite Completion of, or placement into, any higher-level math. Students study probability, descriptive and inferential statistics including probability distribution, hypothesis testing, linear regression and applications. Current statistical computer packages are used.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-010H: Elementary Statistics - Honors (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is the honors version of Elementary Statistics. This course provides students with a comprehensive introduction to statistical methods and research. Current statistical computer packages are used. Students may not receive credit for both MATH 010 and MATH 010H. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-012: Calculus for Business (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000C or placement into MAT 12 or higher by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. ; or Prerequisite or placement into MAT 12 or higher by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. Course topics include the intuitive concept of a limit, and simple techniques of differential and integral calculus and their most common applications in business. This course is not equivalent to MAT 003A.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-014: Math for Elementary School Teachers (Number Systems) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite: MATH 000C or MATH 000CM or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. Advisory: MATH 000B. This course covers systems of numbers, emphasizes patterns and relationships, presents mathematical models and real-word applications, and provides algorithms for estimating and finding exact answers when doing calculations. Appropriate problem solving, critical thinking, and communication are included. The course is designed for students who intend to become elementary school teachers. Pass/No Pass Option.

MAT-019: Discrete Mathematics (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 001 or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam, or Prerequisite MAT 002 This course covers discrete mathematics appropriate for computer applications. Topics may include graphs, sets, logic, mathematical induction, functions and relations, sequences and series, matrices, combinatorics, Boolean algebra, algebraic structures,and computer implementation.

2A - IGETC Quantitative Reasoning, AA2 - AA-AS Lan & Rat - Com & Ana Th, B4 - CSU Quantitative Reasoning

MAT-081H: Honors Seminar in Mathematics (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course is an honors course involving discussion and analysis of various mathematical topics. There is an emphasis on in-depth understanding of mathematical theorems, general problem-solving techniques, and how to communicate mathematics. This section requires enrollment in the Honors Transfer Project. More information and the online application can be found at http://honors.missioncollege.edu.

MAT-900: Arithmetic Functions (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers fundamental arithmetic skills including whole numbers, fractions and decimals, ratio, proportion and percent, simple equations, problem analysis, and practical applications.

MAT-901: Arithmetic Review (Min Credits: 1.5)

Review topics include fundamental arithmetic skills including signed numbers, fractions and decimals, and applications of ratio, proportion and percent to practical problems. Pass/No Pass Option.

MAT-902: Pre-Algebra (4.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 4.0)

This course is designed for those students who have a solid foundation in arithmetic skills but need to develop those skills further before taking Algebra.

MAT-903: Elementary Algebra (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 902 or placement into the course by the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam. Course topics include operations with real numbers; properties of real numbers and signed exponents; solving and graphing linear equations; solving linear inequalities; functions; factoring polynomials; solving quadratic equations by factoring; simplifying rational expressions; solving rational equations; applications of linear, quadratic, and rational equations; and working with scientific notation.

MAT-903M: Elementary Algebra (MAPS) (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 902 or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. and Corequisite MAT 903MX MAT 903MX must be taken concurrently with MAT 903M. The MAPS program offers students a team approach to succeed in elementary and intermediate algebra. This program is designed for students who have had difficulty in their math course in the past. Students study operations of signed numbers, exponents, polynomials and rational expressions; properties of real numbers, equations and exponents; solving and graphing linear equations; applications of linear equations; and factoring of polynomials. Pass/No Pass Option. Concurrent enrollment in MAT 903MX is mandatory.

MAT-903MX: Elementary Algebra MAPS Extra (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Prerequisite MAT 902 or successful placement into the course based on the Mission College Mathematics Placement Exam and an interview with the MAPS counselor. and Corequisite MAT 903M MAT 903M must be taken concurrently with MAT 903MX. This lecture course is a co-requisite for MAT 903M. It is part of the MAPS program and provides additional time to help students succeed by participating in enhanced and innovative learning strategies and activities.

MAT-909: Integrated Statistics I (5.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 902 or higher or satisfactory score on an appropriate Mathematics Placement Test This is the first of two courses in the Statway sequence. Students study probability, descriptive statistics, linear regression and applications. Current statistical technology packages are used. This sequence is recommended for students with majors that require no mathematics beyond freshman-level statistics. Successful completion of both MAT 909 and MAT 009 is required to satisfy CSU and UC transferability.

MAT-910: Problem Solving in Mathematics (1.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 1.0)

This course introduces the student to various problem solving techniques, and develops mathematical and critical thinking skills.

NTR - Nutritional Science

NTR-015: Human Nutrition (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Basic scientific principles of human nutrition in maintaining health & preventing disease are discussed. Biochemical functions & interrelationships of nutrients are examined. Designed for the student with no science background.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

NTR-040: Nutrition and Disease (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

This course covers basic scientific principles of human nutrition as they relate to disease. This course is designed for individuals entering the health care field or for those with an interest in diet and disease. Eligibility for ENG 001A and REA 054

AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning

NTR-052: Nutrition for Children (3.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 3.0)

Students examine scientific principles as they relate to human nutrition from infancy through adolescence. Nutrients and their affect on a child's physical and mental development are discussed. This course is designed for general education and child development programs.

AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, AE - AA-AS Lifelong Learning, E - CSU Life Long Learning/SelfDev

PHY - Physics

PHY-002A: General Physics - Mechanics and Thermodynamics (4.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 000D Prerequisite MAT 002 or higher This is a first lecture/lab course in physics for non-majors. Topics covered include Newton's laws of force, the concepts of potential and kinetic energy, momentum, thermodynamics, hydrodynamics, and wave motion.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-002B: General Physics - Electricity, Magnetism And Optics (4.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite PHY 002A This lecture/lab course is a continuation of PHY 002A as a lecture/lab course with the study of electricity, magnetism, geometrical and wave optics and atomic physics.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-004A: Engineering Physics-Mechanics (4.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 5.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003A This course is a calculus-based study of forces, energy, momentum and gravity.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-004B: Engineering Physics-Electricity and Magnetism (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite PHY 004A Prerequisite MAT 003B This lecture/laboratory course, the second in the engineering physics series, is a calculus-based study of electricity and magnetism that develops the concepts and applications of Maxwell's equations, including DC and AC circuits.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-004C: Engineering Physics-Light and Heat (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite MAT 003B Prerequisite PHY 004A This lecture/laboratory course is the third course in the calculus-based engineering physics series. Topics include classical thermodynamics, geometrical and wave optics and modern physics.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-004D: Engineering Physics-Atomic (2.0 Lecture) (Min Credits: 2.0)

Prerequisite: PHY 004B. This course is an introduction to quantum physics, the electronic structure of atoms, solids, band theory, radiation, and relativity.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity

PHY-010: Introduction to Physics (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab) (Min Credits: 4.0)

Prerequisite: MATH 903 This course is a descriptive, conceptual approach to mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnesium, optics, and modern physics.

5A - IGETC Physical Sciences, 5C - IGETC Laboratory Sciences, AB - AA-AS Natural Sciences, B1 - CSU Physical Sciences, B3 - CSU Laboratory Activity