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Winter/Spring/Summer 2014-2015
Catalog update:
October 17, 2014

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 Lifelong Learning

The Lifelong Learning Area consists of 12 competencies satisfied by 8 required SNL courses, approved transfer courses or proficiency exams. They are:
 
L-7: Collaborative Learning
LL 302 EXTERNSHIP (L-10 & L-11)
 

Liberal Learning 

The Liberal Learning Area consists of 26 competencies in 4 categories. Competencies can be satisfied by SNL courses, relevant transfer courses of C- or better, and documented college-level learning from experience. They are:
 

Arts & Ideas Category

  • 1 from Interpreting the Arts (A-1)
  • 1 from Creative Expression (A-2)
  • 1 from Reflection and Meaning (A-3)
  • 1 from Ethics in the Contemporary World (A-4)
  • 1 from Creativity (A-5)
  • 3 additional AI competencies

Human Community Category

  • 1 from Communities and Societies (H-1)
  • 1 from Institutions and Organizations (H-2)
  • 1 from Individual Development (H-3)
  • 1 from Power and Justice (H-4)
  • 1 from Globalization (H-5)
  • 3 additional HC competencies

The Scientific World Category

  • 1 from Experiencing Science (S-1)
  • 1 from Patterns and Processes (S-2)
  • 1 from Science, Technology and Society (S-3)
  • 1 from Interconnections in the Natural World (S-4)
  • 1 from Information Technology (S-5)
  • 3 additional SW competencies

 Electives

  • 1 Advanced Elective (E-1)
  • 1 Advanced Elective (E-2)

Focus Area 

The Focus Area consists of 12 competencies satisfied by SNL courses, relevant transfer courses of C- or better, and documented college-level learning from experience.

  • F-1: Focused Planning (Fulfilled by LL 250)
  • F-2: Focus Area Elective
  • F-3: Focus Area Elective
  • F-4: Focus Area Elective
  • F-5: Focus Area Elective
  • F-6: Focus Area Elective
  • F-7: Focus Area Elective
  • F-8: Focus Area Elective
  • F-9: Focus Area Elective
  • F-10: Focus Area Elective
  • F-11: Advanced Project (Fulfilled by FA 303)
  • F-12: Advanced Project​ (Fulfilled by FA 303)

 

MIS 140

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Management Information Systems addresses how information technology is used to support business operations and management, especially the use of spreadsheets in business applications to insure that students can analyze and present business data. Topics include strategic uses of IT, databases, data warehouse, decision support and artificial intelligence, e-commerce, systems development, IT infrastructure, security, emerging trends, social, ethical and legal considerations. Formerly MIS 340.