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Unformatted text preview: PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT COURSE OUTLINE COLLEGE: DATE OF OUTLINE: ORIGINATOR: DATE OF LAST UPDATE: DIVISION/DEPARTMENT: 1. REQUESTED CREDIT CLASSIFICATION (check one only): Degree Credit [ X ] Non-Degree Credit [ ] Non-Credit [ ] Community Service (Fee-Based) [ ] Not-for-Credit (Contract Ed.) [ ] 2. DEPT/COURSE NO: 3. COURSE TITLE: 4. COURSE: NEW [ ] REVISION/SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE [ X ] UPDATE ONLY [ ] TOP NO: 5. UNITS: HRS/WK LEC: HRS/WK LAB: 6. COURSE LENGTH: SEMESTER: [ X ] SHORT-TERM: [ ] Short-Term No. of Weeks: [ ] Short-Term No. of Lecture Hrs: [ ] Short-Term No. of Lab Hrs: [ ] 7. NO. OF TIMES OFFERED AS SELECTED TOPIC: [ ] AVERAGE ENROLLMENT: [ ] 8. JUSTIFICATION FOR COURSE: 9. COURSE/CATALOG DESCRIPTION: 10. OTHER CATALOG INFORMATION: a. Modular: Yes [ ] No [ X ] If yes, how many modules: [ ] b. Open entry/open exit: Yes [ ] No [ X ] c. Grading policy: (1) Credit/No-credit [ ] (2) Letter grade only [X ](3) Both letter grade or credit/no-credit [ ] d. Eligible for credit by exam: Yes [ X ] No [ ] e. Repeatable according to state guidelines: Yes [ ] No [ X ] If yes, number of allowable repeats: [ ] f. Required for degree/certificate: Yes [ ] No [ X ] If yes, specify degree/certificate: g. Part of a sequence of courses: Yes [ X ] No [ ] h. Taught via Distance Education: Yes [ ] No [ X ] If yes, date of approval: __________________ i. Are there prerequisites/corequisites/recommended preparation for this course? Yes [ X ] No [ ] If yes, pages 5 and 6 must be completed. Date of last validation: 4/2001 Form G-1 (4/96 ver., rev. 5/04) Page 1 College of Alameda March 22, 2006 Deidre Baker April 26, 2001 Division II / Mathematics 1701.00 3 3- This course satisfies the General Education Analytical Thinking requirement for the Associate Degrees. - It is an appropriate mathematics course for Business Administration, Social Science and other transfer students.- It satisfies the Quantitative Reasoning component required for transfer to UC, CSU, and some independent four-year institutions. - This course is acceptable for credit: CSU, UC. Continuation of differential and integral calculus including transcendental functions, methods of integration, partial differentiation and multiple integration with particular attention to applications Calculus for Business & the Life & Social Sciences Math 16B COURSE OUTLINE DEPARTMENT/NUMBER/TITLE: 11. LIST STUDENT PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES ( EXIT SKILLS ) : (Objectives must define the exit skills required of students and include criteria identified in Items 12, 14, and 15 - critical thinking, essay writing, problem solving, written/verbal communications, computational skills, working with others, workplace needs, SCANS competencies, all aspects of the industry, etc.)(See SCANS/All Aspects of Industry Worksheet.) 12. COURSE CONTENT: (List major topics in sequence; address objectives listed in #11 above. Degree applicable course must be taught at college level ; see definition. List percent of time spent on each topic. List percent of time spent on each topic....
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