Chronological Listing of Changes

 

12/1/03 - ART 133 - World Art I was revised to remove the Activity/Personal Enrichment notation and change the course description. The original course description follows: Survey of the history of art from the Paleolithic period to the Renaissance, including Western art.


12/2/03 - CMP 104 - Introduction to Computer Science I was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, GE category: AAS degree only, Offered upon request, Prerequisite: MAT 154. An introductory course in programming for computer majors. Concepts of problem solving, algorithm design, structured programming, fundamental algorithms and techniques (e.g., sorting, parsing), computer systems concepts, with an emphasis in the C programming language. Two-year computer majors take CMP 130 C Programming in place of this course.

12/2/03 - CMP 105 - Introduction to Computer Science II was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, Offered upon request, Prerequisite: CMP 104. Computer systems concepts, advanced programming techniques, file systems concepts and applications, development of large reliable programming systems, team programming, using a leading programming language.

12/2/03 - CMP 151 - Hardware Service Technician was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: A+ PC Technician. The original course description follows: The primary purpose of this course is to prepare interested students to pass the A+ Core and DOS/Windows examinations for A+ certification.  In addition the course is of value to a secondary group representing general students who want to know their computer on a technical level.  All elements of the PC from hardware to software operating systems are covered.

12/2/03 - Credit for Advanced Placement section was revised. The original section follows. Credit for Advanced Placement was last updated 8/6/03.

Credit for Advanced Placement

Testing and evaluation for Advanced Placement will be uniform throughout the District and shall be applied uniformly by divisions and individual instructors.

The following list shows the EAC credit awarded for specific advanced placement examinations

American History - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses HIS 101 and 102, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Art (History) - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course ART 134, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Art (Studio) - With an AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5, the Art Department will evaluate your portfolio for possible credit. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Biology - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses BIO 181 and 182, a total of 8 credits. A score of 3 earns credit for BIO 100, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Chemistry - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses CHM 151 and 152, a total of 8 credits. A score of 3 earns credit for CHM 151, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Computer Science - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course CMP 104, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

English Literature/ Composition - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course ENG 101, for 3 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

English Language/ Composition - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses ENG 101 and 102, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

European History - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses HIS 104 and 105, a total of 6 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

French Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses FRE 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

German Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses GER 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 2 earns credit for GER 101 and 102, a total of 8 credits. A score of 1 earns no credit.

Mathematics AB - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MAT 220, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Mathematics BC - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses MAT 220 and 230, a total of 8 credits. An AP Exam score of 3 earns credit for EAC course MAT 220, for 4 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Music Literature - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MUS 101, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Political Science: American Government and Politics - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course POS 110, for 3 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Physics B - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses PHY 111 and 112, a total of 8 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Physics C-Electricity and Magnetism - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course PHY 212, for 5 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Physics C-Mechanics - An AP Exam score of 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course PHY 211, for 5 credits. A score of 1, 2 or 3 earns no credit.

Spanish Language - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC courses SPA 101, 102, 201 and 202, a total of 16 credits. A score of 1 or 2 earns no credit.

Statistics - An AP Exam score of 3, 4 or 5 earns credit for EAC course MAT 160, for 3 credits.


12/4/03 - The General Education Double-Dip Statement was updated. The original version follows: Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area. 

12/4/03 - History AA Degree - 60803 was revised. The original version follows:

History

Associate of Arts Degree

AA-GR 60803

Advisors:
Patrick Lukens-Espinosa

This degree prepares you to transfer to four-year college or university and pursue a bachelor’s degree in history. In addition to teaching, history provides excellent background for entering Law School or for pursuing any type of social or government work. Also, some recent trends suggest history majors are being hired for business because of the need for people who are trained in reading primary source material, synthesizing what they read, and applying it in problem-solving situations.  Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

 

Curriculum Requirements

ANT 102

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3 credits

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

ENG 242

American Literature II

3 credits

HIS 101

U.S. History I

3 credits

HIS 102

U.S. History II

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

15 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

MAT 154 College Algebra

3 credits

Lab Science

Select from list. Choose courses from more than one department.

8 credits

Humanities

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy

3 credits

 

ENG 241 American Literature I

3 credits

 

Select a course from the list. The course must have a prefix of ART, MUS, SPC or THC.

3 credits

Social Science

HIS 104 Western Civilization I

3 credits

 

HIS 105 Western Civilization II

3 credits

 

POS 110 United States National Politics

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 credits

 

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

To obtain this degree you must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the 202 course level. To do this select from the following options:

  1. If you have no foreign language coursework completed, take the French or Spanish 101, 102, 201, 202 course sequence offered at EAC. This option will fulfill your foreign language and elective requirements and will result in a total of 66 hours required to obtain the degree.
  2. If you have completed two years of high school French or Spanish courses, take the 201, 202 course sequence at EAC. These two courses will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select six credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  3. If you have completed four years of high school foreign language courses or have obtained foreign language ability at the 202 course level in some other manner, testing options are available to demonstrate your proficiency. Contact the Records and Registration Office for more information. If you demonstrate foreign language proficiency by testing, you will need to complete 14 credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for the degree.

 

Electives and
Foreign Language Requirements

14 to 16 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1.  EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2.  EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

    *Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

12/4/03 - Political Science AA Degree - 60804 was revised. The original version follows:

Political Science

Associate of Arts Degree

AA-GR 60804

Advisor:
Patrick Lukens-Espinosa

This degree provides the first two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree program in political science. Upon obtaining this AA degree you could enter a college of education and obtain a bachelor’s degree and a secondary teacher's certificate; or enter a college of liberal arts and complete a bachelor's degree in political science. Following this, you might enter law school, employment in government or enter graduate school for further and more specialized work in political science.  Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

 

Curriculum Requirements

ANT 102

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3 credits

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

HIS 101

U.S. History I

3 credits

HIS 102

U.S. History II

3 credits

HIS 104

Western Civilization I

3 credits

HIS 105

Western Civilization II

3 credits

POS 110

United States National Politics

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

21 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

Select from course list

3 credits

Lab Science

Select from course list

8 credits

Humanities

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy

3 credits

 

Select two other courses from the list. One of the courses must have a department Prefix of ART, MUS, SPC or THC.

6 credits

Social Science

BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

 

BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

 

Another Non-BUA Department Social Science Course from list.

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 credits

 

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.  

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

To obtain this degree you must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the 202 course level. To do this select from the following options:

  1. If you have no foreign language coursework completed, take the French or Spanish 101, 102, 201, 202 course sequence offered at EAC. This option will fulfill your foreign language and elective requirements and will result in a total of 72 hours required to obtain the degree.
  2. If you have completed two years of high school French or Spanish courses, take the 201, 202 course sequence at EAC. These two courses will fulfill your foreign language and elective course requirements and result in 64 credits required to obtain the degree.
  3. If you have completed four years of high school foreign language courses or have obtained foreign language ability at the 202 course level in some other manner, testing options are available to demonstrate your proficiency. Contact the Records and Registration Office for more information. If you demonstrate foreign language proficiency by testing, you will need to complete eight credits of elective courses numbered 100 or higher from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for the degree.

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

8 to 16 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

12/4/03 - Pre-Law AA Degree - 60805 was revised. The original version follows:

Pre-Law

Associate of Arts Degree

AA-GR 60805

Advisors:
Patrick Lukens-Espinosa

The Association of American Law Schools indicates that pre-law education should provide you with ability in the comprehension and expression of words, the critical understanding of human institutions and values with which the law deals, and creative power in thinking. The Association does not recommend any particular sequence of courses for pre-legal training although successful candidates are usually in the liberal arts studies.

The colleges of law at Arizona State University and the University of Arizona, similar to all of the leading law schools in the United States, are graduate schools. That is, they require the completion of a Baccalaureate degree before admission; however, they do not specify that it be in any particular field or discipline. You should obtain a catalog of the university where you plan to transfer to complete your law degree and meet any requirements or recommendations contained therein.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

HIS 101

U.S. History I

3 credits

HIS 102

U.S. History II

3 credits

HIS 104

Western Civilization I

3 credits

HIS 105

Western Civilization II

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

15 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

MAT 154 College Algebra

3 credits

Lab Science

Select from list. Select from two different departments.

8 credits

Humanities

ENG 241 American Literature I

3 credits

 

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy

3 credits

 

Select from the list. Choose a course from one of the following departments: ART, MUS, SPC or THC.

3 credits

Social Science

BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

 

BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

 

POS 110 United States National Politics

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 credits

 

Courses qualifying for General Education credit that are listed as curriculum requirements may be counted toward completion of General Education requirements only if other courses are not specified in the General Education distribution area.  

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

To obtain this degree you must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the 202 course level. To do this select from the following options:

  1. If you have no foreign language coursework completed, take the French or Spanish 101, 102, 201, 202 course sequence offered at EAC. This option will fulfill your foreign language and electives requirement and result in 66 credits to obtain the degree.
  2. If you have completed two years of high school French or Spanish courses, take the 201, 202 course sequence at EAC. These two courses will fulfill your foreign language requirement. You will need to select six credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for this degree.
  3. If you have completed four years of high school foreign language courses or have obtained foreign language ability at the 202 course level in some other manner, testing options are available to demonstrate your proficiency. Contact the Records and Registration Office for more information. If you demonstrate foreign language proficiency by testing, you will need to complete 14 credits of elective courses from the approved list to obtain the 64 credits required for the degree.

Suggested Electives

BUA 230
and
BUA 250

Uses of Accounting Information I
and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 credits

1 credit

 

Electives and Foreign Language Requirements

14 to 16
credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

12/11/03 - CMP 152 - Operating Systems Technologies was added.

12/11/03 - CMP 108 - Keyboarding for Business I was added.


12/12/03 - CMP 245 - Computer Applications II was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, Offered upon request, Prerequisite: CMP 244. Continued from CMP 244 with more experience in applications such as spreadsheet, database, internet, multimedia, computerized accounting and any other computer applications for the computer major.  Individualized semester projects involving software packages and programming are basic to this course. 


12/13/03 - CMP 100 - Computer Careers was revised to change the credits, remove Activity/Personal Enrichment notation and change the course description. The credits were changed from 2 credits to 1 credit. The original course description follows: An opportunity for the student to review information relating to the computer field and information about the student in order to make specific career decisions.


12/15/03 - CMP 239A - Multimedia/Electronic Task Management was added.

12/15/03 - CMP 239B - Multimedia/Digital Imaging was added.

12/15/03 - CMP 239C - Multimedia/Internet for Business was added.

12/15/03 - ENG 190 - Film as Literature II was added.

12/15/03 - ENG 191 - Film as Literature III was added.


12/17/03 - EGR 255 - Thermodynamics was added.


1/1/04 - The Fall Semester 2003 Academic Calendar is stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Fall Semester 2003
 

February 18

Registration and drop/add begins for Fall 2003 and Spring 2004 semesters

July 15

Suggested postmark to meet tuition and fee payment deadline

August 1

Tuition and fee payments due (classes will be cancelled for students with unpaid tuition and fees)

August 13 Greenlee County in-person registration at Morenci High School-EAC Office, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

August 13-15

Thatcher Campus faculty advising (appointment suggested – check curriculum pages for advisor contact information)

August 14 Thatcher Campus residence halls and food service facilities open at noon

August 14

Financial aid and scholarship checks available

August 18

Classes begin

August 27 Last day to register, add classes, withdraw without record, or receive refund for semester-length courses

September 1

Labor Day Holiday

October 10

Fair Day Holiday (Graham County locations only)

November 21 Last day to withdraw with a "W" for semester-length courses
November 25 Sophomore Qualifying Exam (for graduating sophomores)

November 27-28

Thanksgiving Holiday

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close November 26 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close November 27 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen November 30 at 5 p.m.)

December 2

Summer 2004 registration begins

December 8-11

Final Exams

(Thatcher Campus food service facilities close December 11 at 6 p.m.  Residence Halls close December 12 at 7 a.m.  Food service and halls reopen January 4 at noon)

December 19-26

Christmas Holiday - All offices closed

 

 


1/2/04 - AIS 235H - Beginning Microsoft Word was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Word 2000. The original course description follows: Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice basic features of word processing using Microsoft Word 2000 software.  Identical to CMP 235H. AIS 235H was added 9/2/03.

1/2/04 - AIS 235I - Intermediate Microsoft Word was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000. AIS 235I was added 9/2/03.

1/2/04 - AIS 235J - Advanced Microsoft Word was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Word 2000. AIS 235J was added 9/2/03.

1/2/04 - CMP 110X - Beginning Microsoft Excel was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Excel 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet presentation.

1/2/04 - CMP 110Y - Intermediate Microsoft Excel was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with intermediate level of functions of Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet presentation.

1/2/04 - CMP 110Z - Advanced Microsoft Excel was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Excel 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with the advanced level functions of Microsoft Excel 2000, a spreadsheet presentation program.

1/2/04 - CMP 115A - Beginning Microsoft Windows was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Windows XP. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with beginning level functions of Microsoft Windows XP, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers. CMP 115A was last revised 12/12/02.

1/2/04 - CMP 115B - Intermediate Microsoft Windows was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Windows XP. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with intermediate level functions of Microsoft Windows XP, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers. CMP 115B was last revised 12/12/02.

1/2/04 - CMP 115C - Advanced Microsoft Windows was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Windows XP. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with advanced level functions of Microsoft Windows XP, an operating system used for organizing and maintaining computers. CMP 115C was last revised 12/12/02.

1/2/04 - CMP 235H - Beginning Microsoft Word was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Word 2000. The original course description follows: Designed to provide the student with an opportunity to cover and practice basic features of word processing using Microsoft Word 2000 software. Identical to AIS 235H. CMP 235H was last modified 9/9/03.

1/2/04 - CMP 235I - Intermediate Microsoft Word was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Word 2000. CMP 235I was last modified 9/9/03.

1/2/04 - CMP 235J - Advanced Microsoft Word was revised to change the title. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Word 2000. CMP 235J was last modified 9/9/03.


1/5/04 - CMP 110AA - Beginning Microsoft Access was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft Access 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with beginning level of functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.

1/5/04 - CMP 110AB - Intermediate Microsoft Access was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft Access 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with intermediate level of functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.

1/5/04 - CMP 110AC - Advanced Microsoft Access was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft Access 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with advanced level of functions of Microsoft Access, a database software package.

1/5/04 - CMP 110AD - Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with beginning level of functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.

1/5/04 - CMP 110AE - Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with intermediate level of functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.

1/5/04 - CMP 110AF - Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint was revised to change the title and course description. The original title follows: Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2000. The original course description follows: Students will become familiar with advanced level of functions of Microsoft PowerPoint, a slide and video software package.


1/6/04 - EGR 102 - Introduction to Engineering was revised to change the prerequisite. The original prerequisite follows: MAT 220 with a grade of "C" or higher, or concurrent enrollment in MAT 220.


1/7/04 - EGR 233 - Mechanics of Materials was revised to change the semester offered and prerequisite. EGR 233 was originally offered every fall semester. The original prerequisite follows: Prerequisite: MAT 181 or higher and EGR 214 or higher with a grade of "C" or higher, or concurrent enrollment in MAT 181 and EGR 214. EGR 233 was added 8/15/03.


1/9/04 - CMP 120 - Introduction to Programming was added.


1/10/04 - Licensed Practical Nurse Certificate - 30710 was updated by adding the following sentence: To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course with a grade of "C" or better.


1/14/04 - Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 was updated. The previous version follows. Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 was last updated 1/14/03.

Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990

Covering the Period of January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2002

Eastern Arizona College
Campus Crimes

Thatcher
Campus

Graham
County
Sites

Greenlee
County
Sites

Totals

 

00

01

02

00

01

02

00

01

02

00

01

02

 

Criminal Homicide:  Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Criminal Homicide:  Manslaughter by Negligence

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Rape

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Sexual Offense, Forcible

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

 

Sexual Offense, Non-Forcible

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

 

Robbery

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Aggravated assault

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

 

Burglary

11

10

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

10

6

 

Motor vehicle theft

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

 

Arson

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Hate/prejudice crimes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Liquor law violations

22

7

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

22

7

5

 

Drug-related violations

10

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

3

0

 

Weapons possession

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

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1/15/04 - EGR 102 - Introduction to Engineering was revised to change the prerequisite. The original version follows: Prerequisite: MAT 154 with a grade of "C" or higher. EGR 102 was last modified 1/6/04.

1/15/04 - Business AAS Degree - 20105 was revised. The original version follows. Business AAS Degree was last modified 9/18/03.

Business

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20105

Advisors:
Mark Anderson
Kathleen Bailey

This degree provides you with a general business background.

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUS 101 or
BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Fundamentals of Accounting or
Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

3 to 4 credits

BUA 221 or BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

Choose at least 26-27 additional credits from the following list to obtain the required 42 credits of Curriculum Requirements:

AIS 117 or AIS 118

Electronic Keyboarding I or
Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

AIS 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

AIS 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

BUS 160

Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 161 or

CMP 170

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel or
Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

42 credits

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

An additional 12 credits, including at least one course from a GE category other than English or Mathematics, are to be selected from the list of General Education Courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE Category, with the exception of Health and Physical Education, where the maximum is two credits.

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.  

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of four credits in courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Total Electives Requirements

4 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Advertising Design AAS Degree - 20401 was revised. The original version follows. Advertising Design AAS Degree was last modified 10/9/02.

Advertising Design

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20401

Advisor:
Jim Gentry

Advertising Design prepares you for entry level employment in an advertising agency, art agency, newspaper, printing plant, industrial in-plant printing unit, and free-lance work.

 

Curriculum Requirements

ART 101

Fundamentals of Design

3 credits

ART 102

Color and Design

3 credits

ART 111

Drawing

3 credits

ART 114

Figure Drawing

3 credits

ART 128

Beginning Photography

3 credits

ART 181

Advertising Design I

3 credits

ART 182

Advertising Design II

3 credits

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

ART 189

Typography and Typesetting

2 credits

ART 216

Illustration I

3 credits

ART 285

Printmaking

3 credits

ART 287

Pixel Imaging/Photoshop

3 credits

ART 289

Portfolio Development

1 credit

 

Choose at least 5 additional credits from the following:

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

CMP 110 or CMP 244

Current Applications or
Computer Applications I

2 to 3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

1 to 2 credits

EGR 120 or DRF 108

Engineering Drafting or
Technical Drafting

2 credits

SBM 101 or SBM 201

Sales and Customer Service or
Small Business Management

3 credits

 

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

44 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations or
ENG 260 Technical Report Writing

3 credits

 

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Computers

CMP 101 Introduction to Computers or
CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

Humanities

ART 133 World Art I and
ART 134 World Art II

3 credits
3 credits

An additional 3 credits, with no more than 2 credits in the Health and Physical Education category, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses.

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of two credits of courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Electives requirements

2 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Business Education AA Degree - 60101 was revised. The original version follows:

Business Education

Associate of Arts Degree

TG-XR 60101

Advisor:
Dana Barnett

This degree prepares students to transfer to a college or university and pursue a bachelor’s degree in Business Education.  Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

 

Curriculum Requirements

A grade of "C" or better in each of the following courses along with a cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5 or better is required for admission to the junior and senior years of a business program at Arizona’s state universities.

BUA 230

Uses of Accounting Information I

3 credits

BUA 240

Uses of Accounting Information II

3 credits

BUA 250

Introductory Accounting Lab

1 credits

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

EDU 200

Introduction to Education

3 credits

MAT 160

Introduction to Statistics

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

16 credits

 

General Education Requirement

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

MAT 154 College Algebra

3 credits

Lab Science

Lab Science Course from this list

8 credits

Humanities

SPC 201 Public Speaking

3 credits

 

Another two courses from Humanities list

6 credits

Social Science

BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

 

BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

 

POS 110 United States National Politics

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major.

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of thirteen credit hours of elective courses numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credit hours required

 

Electives Requirements

13 credits

 

Recommended Elective Courses

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

CMP 104

Introduction to Computer Science I

3 credits

CMP 121

Visual Basic Programming I

3 credits

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

SBM 101

Sales and Customer Service

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

SBM 201

Small Business Management

3 credits

POS 221

Arizona Constitution and Government

1 credit

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Computer Assisted Design and Drafting Technology AAS Degree - 20603 was revised. The original version follows:

Computer Assisted Design and Drafting Technology

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20603

Advisors:
Douglas Griffin
Dee Lauritzen

The Computer Assisted Design and Drafting program prepares students to succeed as a CADD technician. This degree specializes in 3 dimensional design concepts, 3D solids and parametric modeling, residential and commercial architectural design and planning, 3D animation, printed circuit board design, and cartography (map drawing).

 

Curriculum Requirements

DRF 108 or EGR 120

Technical Drafting or
Engineering Drafting

2 credits

DRF 150

Dimensioning and Tolerancing

1 credit

DRF 160 or
EGR 124

Descriptive Geometry or
Engineering Graphics

3 credits

DRF 170

Residential Architecture

3 credits

DRF 220

Machine Drafting

3 credits

DRF 230

Map Drafting

3 credits

DRF 232

Structural Drafting

2 credits

DRF 261

Introduction to AutoCAD

2 to 3 credits

DRF 271

Advanced AutoCAD

2 to 3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

MSP 102

Materials of Industry

3 credits

MSP 104 or
MSP 101 and
MSP 110

Machine Shop or
Fundamentals of Machine Shop and

Welding

4 credits

TEC 260

Technical Report Writing

3 credits

 

Select one of the following courses:

DRF 214

3D Animation

3 credits

DRF 240

Electronics Drafting

3 credits

DRF 262

Commercial Architecture

2 to 3 credits

 

Select from the following courses to complete a total of 43 curriculum credits:

ART 111

Drawing

1 to 3 credits

AUT 105

Automotive Electrical Fundamentals

2 credits

AUT 180

Automotive Shop Service Techniques

2 credits

EGR 250

Plane Surveying (Prerequisite:  MAT 181 or TEC 102)

3 credits

ELT 101

Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics

3 credits

IAR 101

Woodworking

2 to 3 credits

IAR 120

Machine Woodworking
(Prerequisite:  IAR 101)

2 to 3 credits

MSP 110

Welding

2 credits

MSP 260

Pattern Making and Foundry

2 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

43 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 100 Writing Fundamentals or
ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

Computers

CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

Mathematics

Option #1:
TEC 101 Technical Math I or
MAT 120 Intermediate Algebra and
TEC 102 Technical Math II

8 credits

 

Option #2:
MAT 154 College Algebra and
MAT 181 Plane Trigonometry

6 credits

Select an additional four credits in a category other than Mathematics from the list of General Education courses if you selected Math option #1.

Select an additional six credits in a category other than Mathematics from the list of General Education courses if you selected Math option #2.

You may not exceed two credits in the Health and Physical Education category.

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Electives Requirements

You will need to complete three credits of elective courses to complete the 64 credits required for the Degree.

Recommended Electives

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

DRF 214

3D Animation (Prerequisite: DRF 261)

3 credits

DRF 240

Electronics Drafting

3 credits

DRF 262

Commercial Architecture (Prerequisite: DRF 170)

2 to 3 credits

DRF 263

Survey of CAD Systems

3 credits

DRF 299

Independent Study

1 to 3 credits

MAT 181

Plane Trigonometry

3 credits

MSP 270

Advanced Machine Shop

5 credits

PHY 107

Physical Concepts

4 credits

DRF 284

Advanced Animation (Prerequisite:  DRF 214)

3 credits

 

Total Elective Requirements

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Computer Information Systems ABus Degree - 70102 was revised. The original version follows:

Computer Information Systems

Associate of Business Degree

ABus-SR 70102

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Janice Lawhorn
Marykay McCarthy
Mike Moore

This degree prepares you to transfer to a college or university and pursue a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems.  Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

Upon completion of a four-year program at a college or university, you will be prepared for employment as a:

  • Computer specialist in marketing, finance and accounting
  • Systems analyst and designer
  • Information system consultant and computer auditor
  • Applications designer and programmer
  • Networking system designer and manager

 

Curriculum Requirements

BUA 230

Uses of Accounting Information I

3 credits

BUA 240

Uses of Accounting Information II

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUA 250

Introductory Accounting Lab

1 credit

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 104 or
CMP 130

Introduction to Computer Science I or
C Programming I

3 credits

CMP 221

COBOL I

3 credits

MAT 160

Introduction to Statistics

3 credits

MAT 171

Finite Mathematics

4 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

26 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-B

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

MAT 210 Elements of Calculus

4 credits

Lab Science

Select two lab science courses from list

8 credits

Humanities

Select from Humanities list. Choose courses from more than one department and one course must be in the Arts.

9 credits

Social Science

BUA 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

 

BUA 223 Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits

 

Another Social Science course from list

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

36 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. 

 

Elective Requirements

To obtain this degree you must complete two credits of elective coursework from the approved list.

 

Elective Requirements

2 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Elementary Education AA Degree - 60201 was revised. The original version follows. Elementary Education AA Degree was last modified 4/15/03.

Elementary Education

Associate of Arts Degree

AA-GR 60201

Advisors:

 

 

ASU Transfers:
Ida Nunley

BYU Transfers:
Marilyn Wilton

NAU Transfers:
Ralph Selensky

U of A Transfers:
Joyce Flamm

WNMU Transfers:
Lee Russell

 

 

If you plan a career in elementary or special education you can complete your first two years of study at EAC.  Some universities now require a minor that can be started at EAC. Consult with department staff at the school where you plan to transfer for specific information. Since program requirements differ between universities, the official transfer guide of the school which you plan to attend upon leaving EAC should be consulted in order to adjust this program to your personal needs.

 

Curriculum Requirements

EDU 200

Introduction to Education

3 credits

EDU 222

Introduction to Special Education

3 credits

EDU 230

Cultural Diversity in Education

3 credits

MAT 130

Principles of Mathematics I

3 credits

MAT 135

Principles of Mathematics II

3 credits

POS 221

Arizona Constitution and Government

1 credit

 

Select 9 credits of elective courses from the approved list related to your specific content area.

9 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

25 credits

 

General Education Requirements

AGEC-A

To complete your General Education requirements, one of the courses taken to fulfill degree requirements must be designated as an Intensive Writing/Critical Inquiry course and another must be designated as a Global/International/Historical Awareness course.

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

ENG 102 Written Communications II

3 credits

Mathematics

Select one course from list

3 credits

Lab Science

Two lab science courses from list. Courses from two different departments must be selected.

8 credits

Humanities

ART 133 World Art I

3 credits

 

ART 134 World Art II

3 credits

 

Select one additional course from the Humanities list.

3 credits

Social Science

HIS 101 U.S. History I or
HIS 102 U.S. History II

3 credits

 

POS 110 United States National Politics

3 credits

 

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology

3 credits

 

Total General Education Requirements

35 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. 

 

Electives

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of 4 credits of elective courses from the approved list to complete the 64 credits required.

 

Electives

4 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing each of the courses listed above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the twelfth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 76 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 40 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 18 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 113, College Reading, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 12 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/15/04 - Law Enforcement Office Assistant Certificate - 30812 was revised. The original version follows:

Law Enforcement Office Assistant

Certificate of Proficiency

30812

Advisor:
Steve Johnson
Terry Jones

This certificate is designed to prepare you for entry-level employment with a Criminal Justice agency as an office assistant.  It also allows persons already employed in a Criminal Justice workgroup to upgrade their clerical and office technology skills and knowledge.

 

Curriculum Requirements

AJS 101

Introduction to Administration of Justice

3 credits

AJS 103

Criminal Investigation

3 credits

AJS 120

Police Communications

3 credits

AJS 266

The Police Function

3 credits

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

OFT 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

OFT 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

OFT 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

OFT 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

OFT 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

OFT 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

27 credits

 

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better.  In addition, you must meet an academic requirement by one of the following methods:

  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record, OR

  • Completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals or higher with a grade of  "C" or better.

 


1/20/04 - HPE 109 - Introduction to Leadership was added.


1/21/04 - Residence Hall Room Costs for 2004-2005 was added.

1/21/04 - Meal Plans for 2004-2005 was added.

1/21/04 - Gila Hank's Cafe Guest-Line prices for 2004-2005 was added.

1/21/04 - The 2002-2003 Residence Hall Room Costs, Meal Plans, and Gila Hank's Cafe Guest-Line prices are stored in the chronological file due to space limitations in the General Catalog.

Residence Hall Room Costs for 2002-2003

Mark Allen or Nellie Lee are Traditional Halls with double occupancy rooms: $815 for Fall Semester and $545 for Spring Semester.  Single occupancy on a space-available basis.

Residence Towers' 4 person-suites: $1,075 for Fall Semester and $715 for Spring Semester.

Residence hall room costs are subject to annual change.  Room and meal plan charges are due and payable on or before the first day the residence halls open for the semester.

 

Meal Plans 2002-2003

Plan A: All 19 meals out of 19 served per week: $1,110 per semester.

Plan B: Any 14 meals out of 19 served per week: $1,030 per semester.

Plan C: Any 10 meals out of 19 served per week: $975 per semester.

All meal plan holders have the option to eat in Gila Hank's Cafe instead of the Dining Room during Transfer Hours. You can purchase the amount shown under "Credit Given" and it will be counted as one of your meals. If the cost exceeds the credit amount, you must pay the difference in cash.

Breakfast transfer hours are 6:30 - 9:30 a.m. Credit given is $2.87.

Lunch transfer hours are 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Credit given is $3.35.

Dinner transfer hours are 3:00 - 8:00 p.m. Credit given is $3.80.

 

Cash

Gila Hank's Cafe prices are listed on the menu. For meals served in the Dining Room, the following Guest-Line prices, including sales tax, will be charged:

2002-2003

 

Breakfast

$4.49

Lunch

$5.62

Dinner

$8.22

(Special dinners may be charged an additional amount)

 

Daily Total

$18.33

1/21/04 – John Wayne Lines replaced Lois Ann Moody as District Governing Board Chairman. Lois Ann Moody replaced Thomas W. Biggs as District Governing Board Secretary.

1/21/04 - The EAC Foundation Board was revised. The original version follows. The EAC Foundation Board was last revised 11/19/03.

EAC Foundation Board

Dudley Welker, President
Fred Pace, Vice-President
Deanna Brockmeier, Secretary/Treasurer
William Bone, Director (President, EAC Alumni Association)
Mark Bryce, Director (President, EAC)
Lois Ann Moody, Director (Chairman, EAC Board)
Joel Biggs, Director
Joann Mortensen, Director
Lex Zerwas, Director

1/21/04 - CMP 244 - Computer Applications I was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, Offered upon request, Prerequisite: CMP 101 or CMP 103. For computer majors.  Non-majors who have completed CMP 110 may also take the course.  This course prepares the student for completing computer applications at work and at home.  Students will go through stages involving problem definition to problem completion with current software packages in society to include spreadsheet, database, multimedia, full internet applications and others.  This course and CMP 201 prepare the major for CMP 251 Computer Practicum.

1/21/04 - CMP 265 - Advanced Programming Languages was deleted. Course description: 3 credits, GE category: AAS degree only, Offered upon request, Prerequisite: CMP 121, CMP 123, or CMP 130. Includes experience with multiple languages, disk access programming, and advanced programming techniques.

1/21/04 - Administrative Information Services AAS Degree - 20114 was revised. The original version follows. Administrative Information Services AAS Degree was last modified 9/18/03.

Administrative Information Services

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20114

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Terry Jones

(See also Tech-Prep Administrative Information Services for a related AAS degree)

This program emphasizes the skill development necessary to function as an administrative professional in business. A variety of computer software applications are integrated into the course of study. Students will learn to perform the tasks required for positions as administrative assistant, office specialist, office assistant, information processing specialist, and accounting clerk. Students may elect courses as preparation for careers as medical or legal transcriptionists. Additionally, students in the Administrative Information Services program will practice the knowledge and skills required for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exams.

 

Curriculum Requirements

AIS 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

AIS 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

AIS 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

AIS 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

AIS 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

AIS 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

AIS 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

AIS 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

AIS 239B

Multimedia/Digital Imaging

1 credit

AIS 239C

Multimedia/Internet for Business

1 credit

AIS 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

AIS 241

Integrated Business Projects

3 credits

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

 

Select 11 additional credits from the following:

AIS 117

Electronic Keyboarding I

3 credits

AIS 225
or HCE 225

Medical Transcription or
Medical Transcription

3 credits

AIS 226

Legal Transcription

3 credits

AIS 235H

Beginning Microsoft Word

1/2 credit

AIS 235I

Intermediate Microsoft Word

1/2 credit

AIS 235J

Advanced Microsoft Word

1/2 credit

AJS 101

Introduction to Administration of Justice

3 credits

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

4 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUS 121

Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks

1 credit

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 110AA

Beginning Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AB

Intermediate Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AC

Advanced Microsoft Access 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AD

Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AE

Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110AF

Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110X

Beginning Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Y

Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 110Z

Advanced Microsoft Excel 2000

1/2 credit

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 115A

Beginning Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115B

Intermediate Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 115C

Advanced Microsoft Windows XP

1/2 credit

CMP 121

Visual Basic Programming I

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications 

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

COE 112

Cooperative Education II (Occupational)

1 to 4 credits

SBM 101

Sales and Customer Service

3 credits

SBM 111

Marketing

3 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

42 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

Computers

CMP 101 Introduction to Computers or
CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

 

An additional 6 credits, with no more than 2 credits in the Health and Physical Education category, are to be selected from the list of General Education courses

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

 

Electives Requirements

To obtain this degree you must take a minimum of four credits of courses of your choice numbered 100 or above to obtain the 64 credits required.

 

Total Electives Requirements

4 credits

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

 

1/21/04 - Business Programming/Database Support Certificate - 30105 was revised. The original version follows:

Business Programming / Database Support

Certificate of Proficiency

30105

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Janice Lawhorn
Marykay McCarthy
Mike Moore

If you want to complete a faster track, emphasizing specific computer skills and fewer general courses, this certificate is for you. The emphases in this certificate are the three key areas in demand in the office environment at the technical support level including programming in database modes with networking skills for LAN environments.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 100

Computer Careers

1 credits

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

CMP 250

Networking

3 credits

CMP 291

CIS Practicum

5 credits

Select two Programming Languages (6 credits) from the following: 

CMP 104

Introduction to Computer Science I

3 credits

CMP 121

Visual Basic Programming I

3 credits

CMP 126

Java Programming I

3 credits

CMP 130

C Programming I

3 credits

CMP 221

COBOL I

3 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

33 Credits

 

In addition to completing the course requirements above with a grade of "C" or better, you must meet an academic requirement by one of the following methods:

  • Completion of ENG 100, Writing Fundamentals, or higher with a grade of "C" or better.

  • EAC COMPASS writing placement score of 85 or higher entered into your student record.

  • Completion of BUS 111, Business Mathematical Calculations, with a grade of  "C" or better.

  • Completion of MAT 120, Intermediate Algebra, or higher with a grade of  "C" or better.

  • EAC COMPASS mathematics placement score of 61 or higher entered into your student record.

 

1/21/04 - Computer Technology AAS BAS-Track Degree - 20118 was added.

1/21/04 - Computer Systems & Applications AAS Degree - 20119 was added.

1/21/04 - Computer Information Specialist AAS Degree - 20107 was revised. The original version follows:

Computer Information Specialist

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20107

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Janice Lawhorn
Marykay McCarthy

Mike Moore

This is a comprehensive program that prepares you for a variety of computer related positions. It is for the student who is interested in software development and maintenance, software installation and maintenance, networking software installation and maintenance (the systems manager), system design, and computer operations.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 100

Computer Careers

1 credit

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 201

Systems and Procedures

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

CMP 250

Networking

3 credits

CMP 265

Advanced Programming Languages

3 credits

CMP 291

CIS Practicum

5 credits

Select two Programming Languages (6 credits) from the following:

CMP 104

Introduction to Computer Science I

3 credits

CMP 121

Visual Basic Programming I

3 credits

CMP 126

Java Programming I

3 credits

CMP 130

C Programming I

3 credits

CMP 221

COBOL I

3 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

33 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

Curriculum Related Requirements

Select a minimum of 13 credits of courses numbered 100 or above.  Recommended electives are computer-related courses from the following departments:

Art (ART)
Business (BUS)
Business Administration (BUA)
Computers (CMP)
Drafting (DRF)
Electronics (ELT)
Small Business Management (SBM)

 

Total Curriculum Related Requirements

13 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

Mathematics

MAT 154    College Algebra

3 credits

An additional 15 credits, including courses in two different areas other than Mathematics, are to be selected from the list of General Education Courses. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE Category, with the exception of Health and Physical Education, where the maximum is two credits.

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.  

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.

  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.

  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.

  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.

  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.

1/21/04 - Programming Certificate - 30117 was revised. The original version follows:

Programming

Certificate of Proficiency

30117

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Janice Lawhorn
Marykay McCarthy
Mike Moore

This Certificate will provide you a fast track to obtaining specific computer skills without requiring the general courses associated with a degree. Computer programming languages currently used for application development are taught.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 100

Computer Careers

1 credit

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 104

Introduction to Computer Science I

3 credits

CMP 105

Introduction to Computer Science II

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 230

Operating Systems II

3 credits

CMP 265

Advanced Programming Languages

3 credits

CMP 291

CIS Practicum

5 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

32 credits

 

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better. 

 

1/21/04 - Small Computer Networking Certificate - 30119 was revised. The original version follows:

Small Computer Networking

Certificate of Proficiency

30119

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Janice Lawhorn
Marykay McCarthy
Mike Moore

This certificate program provides a faster track, emphasizing specific computer skills and fewer general courses. You will learn how to establish, organize and maintain many of the small computer network systems in use today.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 100

Computer Careers

1 credits

CMP 101 or
CMP 103

Introduction to Computers or
Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 104

Introduction to Computer Science I

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I 

3 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 230

Operating Systems II

3 credits

CMP 250

Networking

3 credits

CMP 291

CIS Practicum

5 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

32 credits

 

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better.

 

1/21/04 - Web Master Certificate - 30122 was revised. The original version follows:

 

Web Master

Certificate of Proficiency

30122

Advisors:
Alice Irwin
Mike Moore

This certificate will provide you a fast track to obtaining specific computer skills.  You will learn how to establish, organize and maintain websites on the Internet.

 

Curriculum Requirements

CMP 100

Computer Careers

1 credit

CMP 103

Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

CMP 110T

Multimedia

2 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

CMP 114

Internet

2 credits

CMP 126

Java Programming I

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170

Database Management with Microsoft Access

3 credits

CMP 205

Data Communications

3 credits

CMP 244

Computer Applications I

3 credits

CMP 250

Networking

3 credits

CMP 272

Website Development

3 credits

CMP 291

CIS Practicum

5 credits

 

Total Minimum Certificate Requirements

37 credits

 

To obtain this certificate, you must complete each required course above with a grade of "C" or better.


1/27/04 - AJS 115 - Basic Peace Officer Academy I was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: An approved AzPOST Peace Officer Academy designed to train a regular or reserve officer for State certification. Students must be sponsored by an approved law enforcement agency, or admitted through open enrollment, in accordance with all current Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board guidelines. Refer to the Administration of Justice AAS Degree curriculum for a listing of courses that, upon academy graduation, are fulfilled toward the Administration of Justice AAS or AA Degrees. Special admission to the academy is required. Contact the EAC Justice Administration Office for details. AJS 115 was last modified 1/15/03.

1/27/04 - AJS 120 - Police Communications was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: Methods of communication used in police work, including active listening, interviewing, and non-verbal communications. Special emphasis placed on written communications and report writing.

1/27/04 - AJS 103 - Criminal Investigation was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: The theory of criminal investigations, crime scene procedures, case preparation, interviewing, and basic investigative techniques - all of which are fundamentals of criminal investigations - are examined.


1/28/04 - AJS 160 - Concealed Weapons was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: An approved course designed to meet the Firearms Safety Training Program requirement for an Arizona Department of Public Safety Concealed Weapon Permit. Students will be required to sign the three (3) forms listed on the Course Outline.

1/28/04 - AJS 215 - Basic Peace Officer Academy II was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: An approved AzPOST Peace Officer Academy designed to train a regular or reserve officer for State certification. Students must be sponsored by an approved law enforcement agency, or admitted through open enrollment, in accordance with all current Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board guidelines. Refer to the Administration of Justice AAS Degree curriculum description for a listing of courses, that upon academy graduation, are fulfilled toward the Administration of Justice AAS or AA Degrees. AJS 215 was last revised 1/15/03.

1/28/04 - AJS 261 - Concealed Weapons Renewal was revised to change the course description. The original version follows: An approved course academically designed to meet the Firearms Safety Training Program requirement for the renewal of an Arizona Department of Public Safety Concealed Weapon Permit. Students will be required to sign the three (3) listed forms on the course outline. AJS 261 was last modified 3/1/02.

1/28/04 - AJS 266 - The Police Function was modified to change the course description. The original version follows: Study of basic techniques of stopping, arresting, and handling criminal suspects; methods of police patrol and observation; handling domestic violence; recognition and handling of mental cases; disorderly conduct and public intoxication; public disturbances; and techniques for handling crimes in progress. Officer safety and survival stressed.