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designed to prepare students for the challenges they are likely to encounter in starting and maintaining a small business.
Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, students will be able to
• Critically evaluate business plans and describe the processes
required to start, operate and measure the results of a small business
1. Meet the requirements for this certificate level. 2. Complete the following.
Complete one course:
BUS 70 BUS 94 CIS 64A CIS 108
Principles of E-Commerce (5)
Social Media Marketing Strategies (5) Database Management Systems (4.5) Personal Computer Security Basics (4.5)
4.5-5 Total Units Required ............................. 23.5-24
 BUS 55 BUS 58
Introduction to Entrepreneurship 5 The Business Plan 4
Associate in Science in
Early Childhood Education for Transfer
A.S.-T. Degree
The Early Childhood Education major consists of courses appropriate for an Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education for Transfer degree, which provides a foundational understanding of the discipline, a breadth of coursework in the discipline and preparation for transfer to any CSU that accepts the Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC). The degree will facilitate the student’s successful transfer to certain CSU campuses
that prepare them for advanced study in a variety of graduate programs, as well as a variety of careers such as teaching,
child development specialist, program directors and child life specialists or paraprofessionals in early special education. With a B.A. in ECE/Child Development, students are eligible for the Master Teacher and Site Supervisor levels of the California
Child Development Permit, using the Alternative Qualifications category. The Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education for Transfer is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education (or an approved similar major) at a CSU campus. Students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the CSU system, but not
to a particular campus or major. Students transferring to a
CSU campus that does accept this degree will be required to complete no more than 60 (semester) units after transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree. This degree may not be the best option
for students intending to transfer to a particular CSU campus
or to a university or college that is not part of the CSU system. In all cases, students should consult with a counselor for more information on university admission and transfer requirements.
Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, students will be able to
• Synthesize child development research with principles and
practices for early childhood teaching to create early learning environments that are respectful, supportive and challenging for all children, from infancy through adolescence
• Design inclusive, culturally and linguistically appropriate learning environments, based on child development, child observations, family information and knowledge of culturally diverse child rearing practices
• Incorporate strategies for building respectful, reciprocal family and community relationships in order to support families with their children’s development and learning
• Assess children’s learning through observation, documentation and interpretation, using results to guide curriculum and teaching strategies
• Recommend developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant approaches to teaching and learning that include respectful, supportive relationships with children and families, and curriculum that support foundational skills and concepts in language, math, science, art, and social relationships
• Demonstrate practices that maintain standards of health, nutrition and safety in group care early childhood settings
Complete three courses: 15
BUS 60 BUS 65 BUS 70 BUS 90 BUS 94
International Business Management (5) Leadership (5)
Principles of E-Commerce (5) Principles of Marketing (5)
Social Media Marketing Strategies (5)
Total Units Required ......................................24
 ▼ The Certificate of Achievement in Management Information Systems Support can be earned by taking all required courses online. Some online courses may require on- campus participation in meetings, class events or exams, as detailed in the quarterly class listings.
Management Information
Systems Support
Certificate of Achievement
The Certificate of Achievement in MIS Support prepares students for employment within business as an MIS Support Specialist. Students will be introduced to the primary functions of a business, professional conduct, and concepts in software programming, business information systems and computer support. The courses incorporated in this certificate program are also transferrable toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Management Information Systems.
Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, students will be able to
• Communicate effectively with business professionals,
understand fundamental programming concepts, and track computer systems problems related to a variety of technical areas, such as software applications, database management systems, web sites and computer security
1. Meet the requirements for this certificate level.
2. Complete the following.
BUS 10 BUS 56 CIS 3
Introduction to Business 5 Human Relations in the Workplace 5 Business Information Systems 4.5
Complete one course: 4.5
CIS 36A CIS 40
Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java (4.5)
Introduction to Programming in Python (4.5)

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