2020-21 Addendum

New Programs 

Artificial Intelligence in Business (Certificate M0671)

Business Division

The curriculum is designed for returning CIS, business, marketing, and data analytics professionals with industry experience or students who have completed CIS courses. A CIS certificate in Artificial Intelligence in Business will provide students with the knowledge and skills to obtain jobs in the areas of data science, data analysis, data mining, text mining, business intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence research. Students will learn how to make business decisions using different machine learning algorithms and deep learning prediction models of different complexities. Students will learn how to use natural language processing to better understand customer intent through sentiment analysis and gather market intelligence.

Required courses 

Course Prefix Course Name Units
CISB 60Machine Learning in Business3.5
CISB 62Deep Learning in Business3.5
CISB 63Natural Language Processing in Business3.5
Total Units10.5

CIS in Cloud Computing for Amazon Web Services (Certificate M0672)

Business Division

The CIS Cloud Computing for Amazon Web Services certificate program prepares students to design solutions for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) architectures by provisioning computing instances, establishing virtual private networks, managing databases and storage within a secure online environment. Students produce dynamic solutions responsive to information and computing technology workloads with on-demand pay-as-you-go pricing allowing flexibility for small business, entrepreneurship and enterprise adoption. Industry certifications are embedded to prepare for occupations in Cloud Architect, Cloud Support Associate, Cloud Engineer or Cloud Technicians. Some preparation in information technology or computer programming is recommended.

Required Courses 

Course Prefix Course Name Units
CISN 71Introduction to Cloud Computing3
CISN 72ACloud Computing Database Essentials for Amazon Web Services3
CISN 73ACompute Engines in Amazon Web Services3
CISN 74ASecurity in Amazon Web Services3
Required Electives 3 - 3.5
HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Programming
Or
Secure Web Server Programming in Python
Secure Web Server Programming in Python Laboratory
Or
Secure Web Server Programming in PHP
Secure Web Server Programming in PHP Laboratory
Or
Programming in Java
Programming in Java Laboratory
Or
Programming in Python
Programming in Python Laboratory
Or
Secure Web Programming with ASP.NET
Secure Web Programming with ASP.NET Laboratory
Recommended Electives
Computer Information Systems
Total Units15-15.5

Fashion Historical Costuming (Certificate M0674)

Business Division

This certificate is appropriate for those who want to prepare for a career in fashion and costume design. Upon completion of the courses, you will be prepared for entry-level employment in costume, entertainment and fashion careers. Entry level positions include wardrobe design assistants, corset specialists, costume design assistants, costume attendants, gaming industry costume development, and other fashion and entertainment-related employment opportunities.

Required Courses 

Course Prefix Course Name Units
FASH 10Clothing Construction I3
FASH 9History of Fashion3
THTR 19Theatrical Costuming3
FASH 16Corset Construction3
FASH 21Patternmaking I3
Total Units15

New Courses 

The following courses have been approved for the 2020-21 catalog year:

CISB 60
CISB 62
CISB 63


New Noncredit Programs 

Contact Tracer
Certificate of Completion
#40254

This short-term program is intended to prepare students to become a contact tracer in the community health setting. The career development course increases employability and work skills. This program is specifically for noncredit students who are seeking training in the community health setting for immediate entry-level employment. Furthermore, this program will also provide foundational community health skills and training for students to enter into more advanced community health career programs. Students must pass both courses to earn the Contact Tracer certificate.

Program Learning Outcomes

  • Students will gain employment as a contact tracer in the community.
  • Students will demonstrate job readiness skills.
  • Students will progress through the community and health career ladder by enrolling in further community and health career programs. 


Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Contact Tracer
Career Development
 

Fashion Merchandising - Level 1
Certificate of Completion
#40255

The certificate in Fashion Merchandising – Level 1 offers students courses specializing in apparel retailing, advertising, textiles, and CAD technical drawing. The courses emphasize the business of fashion, wholesale merchandise planning, apparel technology, retailing, and fashion branding targeting specific markets. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to develop marketing strategies, create promotional campaigns, understand the buying process, and analyze retail businesses.

Required Courses

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Introduction to Fashion
Textiles
Fashion Digital Illustration and Design
Fashion Retailing
Retail Buying and Merchandising
Fashion Promotion
 

New Noncredit Courses

The following courses have been approved for the 2020-21 catalog year:

Course Prefix Course Name Units
Independent Living Skills - Practical Living Skills
Independent Living Skills - Personal Care
Independent Living Skills - Romantic Relationships
Independent Living Skills - Safety Skills
Orientation for Noncredit Programs
VESL Speaking
VESL Writing
Contact Tracer
General Fabrication
Corset Construction
Manual Machining 1

Corrections

The following programs had corrections/modifications for the 2020-21 catalog year:

Hospitality: Restaurant Management - Level I (Certificate E1333)

The Hospitality: Restaurant Management - Level I Certificate prepares the holder for an entry-level position within a restaurant.

Required Courses 

Course Prefix Course Name Units
HRM 51Introduction to Hospitality3
HRM 52Food Safety and Sanitation2
HRM 91Hospitality Work Experience1
CUL 114Dining Room Service Management3
Total Units9

Correction: CUL 114 was added and HRM 59 was removed from the Level I Certificate.

LING added to the course list. 

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