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    May 21, 2024  
Catalog 2024-2025 
    
Catalog 2024-2025

Course Descriptions


 

Accounting

Anthony Stout, Chair, Business
Stacie Bailey, Program Coordinator

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Art

Stephen Johnson, Associate Dean & Chair, Visual & Performing Arts

Art Lab Fees

Generally, art lab fees cover only the purchase and upkeep of studio equipment, tools, some difficult-to-obtain materials, art model fees, and an emergency supply of art materials. Students will furnish most of the expendable materials like paints, canvases, inks, paper, etching plates, small clay tools, etc. Students can inquire about the cost of each class before registering.

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Astronomy

Dr. Andrew Piercy, Associate Dean and Chair of Science, School of Science and Health
Jim McCrary, Program Coordinator

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Biology

Dr. Andrew Piercy, Associate Dean and Chair of Science, School of Science and Health
Dr. Melanie Osterhouse, Program Coordinator
Dr. Tracy Stuller, Program Coordinator

Placement Standard
See Placement Tests Procedures 
 

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Business Administration

Anthony Stout, Chair, Business
Jacob Herlihy, Business Administration, Program C0ordinator
Jeff Hunt, Business Management, Program Coordinator

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Chemistry

Dr. Andrew Piercy, Associate Dean and Chair of Science, School of Science and Health
Dr. Valerie Shelton, Program Coordinator
 
Placement Standard

See Placement Tests Procedures before enrolling in CHE-1200  ; students must take the California Chemistry Diagnostic Test (score of 20 or above) if they have not completed CHE-1050   and CHE-1050L   with a passing grade. In order to take the California Chemistry Diagnostic Test, a student must have successfully completed MTH 0970  or MTH-0994   or math placement. 

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