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Outcome
#1 Criminal Justice Concepts
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to: identify and explain foundational criminal justice concepts associated with procedural, substantive, and evidence law.
#1: Ethical Dilemmas
At the end of this program, students will demonstrate knowledge/ability of: ethical dilemmas encountered in corrections and identify the correct ethical choice.
#2 Criminal Justice Systems
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to: identify and explain the structure and function of the American criminal justice system - law enforcement, courts, and corrections.
#2: Corrections umbrella
At the end of this program, students will demonstrate knowledge/ability of: the "corrections umbrella" by applying definitions, concepts and principles of the three branches of the corrections system.
#3 Standards and Ethics
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to: explain the importance of developing and maintaining proper professional criminal justice standards of ethical behavior.
#3: Verbal communication
At the end of this program, students will demonstrate knowledge/ability to: listen and engage in verbal communication with a variety of people, taking into consideration cultural customs, beliefs and lifestyles.
#4 Police Community Relations
Upon completion of this program, student will be able to: explain the importance of developing and cultivating effective police-community relations with a myriad of different communities inclusive of cultural customs, beliefs and lifestyles.
1.  Writing Effectively
At the end of this degree program, students can produce effective, meaningful writing for a variety of contexts, purposes, and audiences.
2.  Reading Closely and Critically
At the end of this degree program, students can read literature and other texts closely and critically.
2012-13 Associate of Science in Agricultural Technology #2
Upon completion of this degree students will be able to demonstrate and list basic engine operations, both for small and large agriculture equipment.
2012-13 Associate of Science in Agricultural Technology #3
Upon completion of this degree all students will be able to define and demonstrate basic fabrication skills and SMAW welding skills.
2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #1
Upon completion of this course students will be able to list and demonstrate safe work habits.
2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #2
Upon completion of this program students will be able to demonstrate and list basic engine operations, botth for small and large agriculture equipment.
2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #3
Upon completion of this program all students will be able to define and demonstrate basic fabrication skills and SMAW welding skills.
3.  Critical and Creative Thinking
At the end of this degree program, students can think critically and creatively about issues and ideas.
3-D Designs
At the end of this program, students will create original three-dimensional designs using a variety of media and applications.
Achievement Certif MECH DRFT PLO #1a Spring 2013
At the end of this program, students will create and analyze documents related to mechanical drafting, i.e. computer assisted and tactile drafting/design.
Achievement Certif MECH DRFT PLO #1b Spring 2013
At the end of this program, students will create and analyze documents related to mechanical drafting, i.e. computer assisted and tactile drafting/design.
Achievement Certif. GD PLO #1a Spring 2013
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise graphic designs related to graphic design applications and integrated graphics utilizing various graphic design computer programs such as Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, and InDesign.
Adobe Illustrator
At the end of this program, students will be able to create in and utilize the Adobe Illustrator computer program for an entry-level position in the design industry. Students will be confident in the application tools, features and terminology.
Adobe InDesign
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise graphic design for publications related to integrated graphics and digital mechanicals utilizing the Adobe InDesign computer program.
Analysis
Students will be able to critically analyze the acting component of a publicly produced production.
Analysis
The student will critically analyze the acting component of a publicly produced production.
Analysis
Students will be able to critically analyze the acting component of a publicly-produced production.
Analysis
Students will be able to analyze, read and write music.
Analysis
Upon completion of this program students will be able to show proficiency in financial statement analysis.
Analytical/Problem Solving
Students will be able to apply analytical techniques to solve problems.
Anthropology outcomes
At the end of this program, students will be able to apply anthropological methods and theories  to research questions concerning, but not limited to: subsistence, social conditions, diversity, resource management and evolution of human and non-human primates.
Application competency
At the end of this program, students will be able to demonstrate competency in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and/or web development.
Applications
Students will take real situations and develop mathematical models to solve problems.
Apply Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Students will be able to apply interpersonal and communication skills to solve problems or create solutions within the apparel industry.
Apply Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Students will be able to apply interpersonal and communication skills to solve problems or create solutions within the apparel industry.
Applying Principles of Math
Apply the principles of mathematics to the process of scientific investigation.
Architecture Achievement Certificate
At the end of the program students will be able to:
1. create and appraise architectural designs utilizing a design concept, design process, and critiques.
2. create and distinguish 2D & 3D visual communication drawings (tactile & digital).
3. create and analyze documents related to construction technology, i.e. computer assisted drafting/design, construction materials & methods, detailing, conceptual structural analysis, and construction documents.
Architecture AS Degree not for transfer
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise architectural design, create and distinguish 2D & 3D visual communication drawings (tactile & digital), analyze and differentiate architecture history, and create and analyze documents related to construction technology.
Architecture Design Achievement Certificate
At the end of the program students will be able to create and appraise architectural designs utilizing a design concept, design process, and critiques.
Architecture Drafting Achievement Certificate
At the end of this program, students will create and analyze documents related to construction technology, i.e. computer assisted drafting/design, construction materials & methods, detailing, conceptual structural analysis, and construction documents.
Argument Paper Writing
Given primary and secondary source philosophical essays, students will write an argument paper with a focus on an important question, accurately describing ideas, and concluding appropriate to those ideas.
Arrest and Control
Under curriculum set by the Commission of Peace Officer Standards and Training, students will demonstrate competency in Arrest and Control Techniques, with Pass/Fail scores in the areas of Safety, Awareness, Balance, Control, Controlling Force, Proper Techniques and Verbal Commands Instructions.
Art and Human History
Students who complete the AA-T in Art History will be able to analyze the relationship works of art have with human history by exploring their political, socio-cultural, economic, religious and/or intellectual context.
Artistic Creation
Relate the impact of artistic creation to the development of modern civilization.
Art-Specific Terminology
Students who complete the AA-T in Art History will be able to apply the proper use of art-specific terminology as it relates to media, subject matter and studio practices.
AS  Degree in Business-Not for Transfer #1
At the end of this program, students will be able to communicate effectively in a business environment.
AS Degree GD PLO #1a 2013-2014
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise graphic designs related to graphic design applications, integrated graphics, digital imaging for artists, and web page design & development utilizing various graphic design computer programs such as Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, and InDesign.
AS Degree GD PLO #1b 2013-2014
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise graphic designs related to graphic design applications, integrated graphics, digital imaging for artists, and web page design & development utilizing various graphic design computer programs such as Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, and InDesign.
AS Degree GD PLO #1c 2013-2014
At the end of this program, students will create and appraise graphic designs related to graphic design applications, integrated graphics, digital imaging for artists, and web page design & development utilizing various graphic design computer programs such as Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, and InDesign.
AS Degree in Business-Not for Transfer #2
At the end of this program, students will be able to actively participate in the day-to-day operations of a business office. 
Assessment
Using a case vignette in each course the student will analysis the case and identify problem areas
Assessment
The student will be able to analysis a person or family in a case vignette coming up the key issues that are impacting the case
Auto Terminology
Use the proper automotive terminology to discuss systems operation, methods of diagnosis and needed repairs.
AutoCAD Mechanical 2D to 3D
At the end of this program, students will demonstrate the ability to effectively operate AutoCAD program to create both 2D and 3D assemblies
Autodesk AutoCAD for Architecture
At the end of this program, students will be able to create and appraise architectural applications (2D & 3D) utilizing the Autodesk AutoCAD for Architecture computer program.
Autodesk AutoCAD for Drafting Achievement Certificate
At the end of this program, students will be able to create and appraise manufacturing applications (2D & 3D) utilizing the Autodesk AutoCAD computer program.
Autodesk Maya
At the end of this program, students will be able to create and appraise digital art and 3D animations utilizing various graphic design computer programs, i.e. Autodesk Maya 
Automotive Terminology
Use the proper automotive terminology to discuss systems operation, methods of diagnosis and needed repairs.
Biosphere
Describe the impact of humanity to the current state of the biosphere.
Building Codes
Students will be able to list National authority for building codes, electrical codes and fire safety codes.
Building Codes
Students will be able to apply knowledge of building construction, fire prevention systems, and fire prevention codes to affect safer occupancies and fire control.
Buildings competency
Upon completion of this program the student will have achieved entry level skills in the areas of power transmission and distribution, refrigeration, boilers, and building electricity.  All aspects include troubleshooting and repair.
Buildings skills
Upon completion of the program in Industrial Maintenance, students will have additional entry level job skills in:  boilers, refrigeration and power distribution.
Business  Administration for Transfer TMC Degree #1
At the end of this program, students will be able to participate in the technical legal, accounting, and analytical aspects of a business operation.
Business  Administration for Transfer TMC Degree #2
At the end of this program, students will be able to functionally assist upper management with decisions affecting sales, product mix, legal issues, and office computer applications.
Business Decisions
Demonstrate capability to assist upper management in business decisions related to the supply of food and fiber.
Business transaction
Upon completion of this program students will be able to accurately analyze, interpret, and record business transactions.
Calculations
Calculate the cost and profit margin for a completed floral design or event based on current market value.
Career
Students will be able to clarify and articulate career goals of becoming a teacher.
Career Paths
Students will identify and appraise a variety of career paths within the fashion industry
Career Paths
Students will identify and appraise a variety of career paths within the fashion industry.
Careers in Animal Science
Describe and develop the necessary skills and requirements for pursuing careers in animal agriculture industry.
Careers in Animal Science
Describe and develop the necessary skills and requirements for pursuing careers in the food animal industry.
Careers in health and nutrition
Identify and appraise a variety of career paths within the field of health and nutrition.
Caring
Demonstrate a caring approach that validates the worth and dignity of the client through the effective use of interpersonal processes.
Caring for patient
Utilize knowledge and skills to care for clients experiencing physiological needs, including safety, privacy and comfort, nutritional,
regulatory mechanisms, infection control and mobility.
Cattle Evaluation
Students will be able to evaluate dairy cattle based upon their dairy characteristics and type and understand the selection of cattle based on reproduction and reproduction traits.
CEC Applications Exam
At the end of this program, students will be prepared to take the “applications” portion of the California Electrician Certificate Examination.
CEC Theory Exam
At the end of this program, students will be prepared to take the “theory” portion of the California Electrician Certificate Examination.
Certificate of Achievement in Business #1
At the end of this program, students will be able to actively participate in the day-to-day operations of a business office. 
Certificate of Achievement in Business #2
At the end of this program, students will be able to communicate effectively in a business environment.  

Child Development Theories
Identify the major theories and/or principles of child development.
Choreography
At the end of the program the students will be able to choreography dance combinations using specified lines, design, technique and or vocabulary.
Cognitive and Motor skills
Demonstrate cognitive and motor skills in the use of basic pharmacy equipment and will accurately weigh, measure, and
compound ingredients.
Communication
Employ effective oral and written communication skills necessary to the agriculture business industry.
Communication
Employ effective oral and written communication skills necessary to the agriculture business industry.
Communication
Communicate with the public and colleagues using a variety of communication methods.
Communication
Communicate with the public and colleagues using a variety of communication methods and digital media.
Communication
Communicate with the public and colleagues utilizing a variety of communication methods.
Communication
Communicate with the public and colleagues utilizing a variety of communication methods.
Communication
Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
Communication
Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
Communication
Students will be able to communicate with the public and colleagues using a variety of methods and digital applications.
Communication
Students will be able to demonstrate professional interpersonal, verbal communication and written skills.
Communication
Students will be able to analyze and communicate technical solutions applied to business operational needs.    
Communication
At the end of this program, students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively in Spanish and English in both written and oral formats.
Communication
Effectively integrate written, verbal, and nonverbal communication modalities in complex client and health team interactions.
Communication
Students will be able to demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills with supervisors, peers, and the public
Communication Skills
Apply appropriate organizational, research and delivery skills.
community resources
The student will identify community resources that could be used to assist a person or family in a case vignette in each course
community Resources
the student will use there knowledge of community resources to "treat" issues in a case vignette
Complete Lab Experience
Complete lab experience needed for employment in a licensed child care facility at an approved site.
Comprehension
 At the end of this program, students will be able to comprehend language learned at the course  level by answering questions either in writing or orally with few errors that interfere with communication.
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