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2015-16 UCC Catalog Corrections/Addendum
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Associate of Science - Agricultural Business ManagementCorrection to minimum credits required for programMinimum credits required for program is 92 Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Associate of Science - Computer ScienceCorrection to minimum credits required for degreeMinimum credits required for program is 92 Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Associate of Science - Computer ScienceChange to show course as electiveCIS 275 Introduction to Database Management Systems II is a recommended CS electiveEffective 2015-16 catalog year
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Associate of Science - Computer ScienceCultural Literacy requirementCultural Literacy requirement may be met by another course (the credits for this course are not part of the total minimum credits required for the degree)Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Associate of Science - Early Childhood EducationCorrection to minimum credits required for degreeMinimum credits required for program is 104Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Associate of Science - Human ServicesCorrection to elective credits needed for degreeOne additional credit of electives is neededEffective 2015-16 catalog year
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Entrepreneurship Pathways CertificateCorrection to # of credits of approved electives for certificate and credits for CWEThe total of approved electives required if 12 credits; and for CWE, the total # of credits of BA 280 C is 3Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Retail Management Business Essentials Pathway CertificateNew Pathway CertificateThis certificate gives students essential business skills and prepares them for retail middle-skills jobs. It consists of the first four of the 8 course Retail Management Certificate. This certificate gives students essential business skills and prepares them for retail middle-skills jobs such as those found in counter service/sales, stockers, cashiers, and entry-level managers. Required courses: SDP 113-Human Relations for Supervisors (3 credits); BA 231-Computers in Business (4 credits); BA 214-Business Communications (3 credits) and BA 206-Management Fundamentals (3 credits).Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Water Quality Technician Pathways CertificateCorrection to # of credits for WQT 261: Water DistributionThe # of credits for WQT 261 is 4Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Water Quality Technician Pathways CertificateCorrection to # of credits required for certificate The minimum # of credits required for certificate is 18.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Fitness Technician One-Year CertificateCorrection to # of credits required for CWEThe total # of CWE credits required is 6.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Fitness Technician One-Year CertificateCorrection to elective credits needed for certificateMinimum # of credits required for certificate is 45.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Practical Nursing CertificateChange in admissions requirementsRemoved CH 104 Introductory Chemistry OR CH112 Fundamentals of Chemistry as prerequisites for entry into the Practical Nursing program. Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Practical Nursing CertificateCorrection to number of credits required for certificateMinimum number of credits for certificate is 47 (shows as 56 in 2015-16 catalog, pg. 180)Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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Registered Nursing Associate of Applied ScienceCorrection to # of credits required for certificateNumber of credits required for certificate is 107Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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BI 211: Principles of BiologyChange in prerequisites/co-requisite to CH 104, CH 112 or CH 221Designed for science and pre-professional medical majors.BI 211: Chemistry of life; origins of life; populations genetics and natural selection; diversity of prokaryotes and eukaryotes; ecology of biomes, communities and populations; conservation biology. Registration Enforced-Prerequisite/Corequisite: CH 104, CH 112, or CH 221. F BI 212: Cell structure and function; cellular metabolism; cell division; heredity; molecular genetics and biotechnology; molecular evolution. Registration-Enforced Prerequisite: BI 211. W BI 213: Plant structure and function: animal structure, function and behavior. Registration-Enforced Prerequisite: BI 212. S Courses must be taken in sequence. 4 lecture, 3 lab hrs/wk.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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CH 112: Fundamentals of ChemistryChange in course titleTitle changed from Chemistry for Health Occupations to Fundamentals of Chemistry.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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CH 112: Fundamentals of ChemistryCourse description revisedThis is a one-term entry-level chemistry course designed for individuals not previously exposed to chemistry. Basic knowledge and skills are developed in Inorganic, Organic, and Biochemistry for general application in a wide range of professions. Registration-Enforced Prerequisite: MTH 065 or higher or math placement test score. 4 lecture, 3 lab hrs/wk. F, W, S, SuEffective 2015-16 catalog year
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NR 242: Ecosystems of Southwest Oregon and Northern CaliforniaNew courseThis is a hybrid course taught partly online and partly during a 6-day bus tour of Southwestern Oregon and Northern California. Resources for learning the distributions, unique species compositions, population interactions, nutrient and energy cycles, disturbance processes, and ecological histories of the landscapes of this region will be presented online. The bus tour begins immediately after the spring term ends, and will emphasize applications of this information during stops in the Siskiyou Mountains, Smith River, Redwood National Park, Trinidad State Beach, the Trinity River, Lassen Volcano National Park, McArthur-Burney Falls State Park, Lava Beds National Monument, Crater Lake National Park, the North Umpqua River, and other sites of ecological interest. Students should be reasonably fit and prepared to hike several miles over the course of the tour on easy to moderately difficult trails. Recommended Prerequisite: Course in Biology, Natural Resources or instructor approval. 3 lecture, 3 lab hrs/wk.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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NR 243: Historical Ecology of Pacific Northwest LandscapesNew courseStudents will learn about changes in the landscape of the Pacific Northwest rom the end of the last ice age to the present with an emphasis on Southwestern Oregon and Northern California. We will examine the changing uses of the environment by a succession of cultures, and their effects on landscape structure and function by using a range of tools to analyze archaeological, historical and ecological data to reconstruct historic landscapes. Registration-Enforced Corequisite/Prerequisite: WR 121. 3 lecture hrs/wk.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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NR 251: Principles of Fish and Wildlife ConservationNew courseHistory of conservation and natural resource use; ecological principles, and social and economic limitations of conservation; principles and practices of wildlife and fisheries management; role of research in management. Recommended Prerequisite: a previous course in Biology or Natural Resources. 3 lecture hrs/wk.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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NR 255A: Lanscape Monitoring: Fall; NR 255B: Landscape Monitoring: Winter; NR 255C: Landscape Monitoring: SpringNew coursesThe NR 255 series of courses emphasize sampling design and methods for quantifying physical, aquatic, and terrestrial resources in the Pacific Northwest with geographic emphasis on southwestern Oregon and northern California. Students will learn and apply standard field and laboratory protocols used by the US Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, and other state and national land and resource management agencies. NR 255A is offered Fall term, and will focus on resources typically monitored from late September to early December. NR 255B focuses on resources typically monitored during the Winter term from early January through late March, and NR 255C is offered Spring term with emphasis on monitoring protocols typically conducted from early April through early June. Registration-Enforced Corequisite/Prerequisite: NR 251 and PE 255. 1 lecture, 3 lab hrs/wk.Effective 2015-16 catalog year
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