Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

AMENDED Agenda
May 5, 2004
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Oak Room

OLD BUSINESS:

173. SOC 281 EXPLORE CAREERS IN GERONTOLOGY NEW COURSE

1 lec, 1 cr
Includes 3-hour workshop and 27 hours fieldwork exploring the job market and career paths in gerontology. Students will assess their interests, skills, and training needs, and receive job search counseling and direction. Fieldwork includes shadow mentorships, informational interviews, market research, portfolio development and other career enhancing activities.
Requested implementation term: 200404
Postponed at request of department.

174. SOC 282 BUILD A CAREER IN GERONTOLOGY NEW COURSE

1 lec, 1 cr
Includes 3-hour workshop and 27 hours fieldwork in market research and job identification. Students will develop job and skill development priorities, and build a career path through job search and readiness tasks, market research, work portfolio and resume development, job interviews, career coaching, and other career development activities.
Requested implementation term: 200404
Postponed at request of department.

211. WLD 263 CAPSTONE WELDING TECHNOLOGY NEW COURSE

12 lec/lab, 6 cr
Demonstrate readiness for welding employment through the development and performance of a comprehensive hands-on welding related Service Learning Project, and the successful completion of an industry-based written assessment. Prerequisite: Completion of One-year Certificate of Completion in Welding Technology.
Requested implementation term: 200402
Postponed until faculty representation is present to support course request.

NEW BUSINESS:

232B LAT 280A CE: Landscape 1-10 cr. - Course NUMBER change to 280A & 280C

280A and 280C CE: Landscape-Design 3-6 cr
Requested implementation term: 200403

233 TE 9251 Basic HVAC/R Installation & Techniques - New Course

1 lec, 3 lab, 2cr
Introduces basic applications of HVAC/R installation and techniques. Integrates code requirements and practical field installations; including sheet metal, piping, and venting.
Requested implementation term: 200404

234 IVP 101 Video Production I - Course NUMBER change to VP 101

Requested implementation term: 200404

235 IVP 102 Video Production II- Course NUMBER change to VP 102

Requested implementation term: 200404

236 IVP 103 Video Production III- Course NUMBER change to VP 103

Requested implementation term: 200404

237ART 140 Digital Photography - New course, Request General Education, AAOT B list designation

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Introductory course in digital photography, emphasizing knowledge of the camera, development of computer skills in preparing and outputting images, and exploration of visual design and composition. Students must own, or have access to a digital camera with adjustable exposure controls. Recommended: Basic computer skills and WR115
Requested implementation term: 200404

238 MP 111 Medical Terminology - Credit/Contact Hour Change

Proposed: 4 lec, 4cr
Currently: 3 lec, 3cr
Requested implementation term: 200404

239HIM 110 Administrative Systems - Title change, credit/contact hour change, course description change, learning outcomes change

Current title: Administrative Systems
Proposed title: Health Information Technology I
30 character title for student transcript: Health Information Technology I
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr
Proposed description: This course introduces the concept of health information management including the components of the content, use and structure of hospital healthcare data along with information keeping practices in both paper and electronic systems.
Current description: This course is an overview of health care facilities with emphasis on administrative systems utilized by those facilities. The course also covers the development and evolution of the health information management profession.
Proposed Learning Outcomes: please call Amy Alday-Murray/Curriculum for this information at 971-722-7730
Requested implementation term: 200404

240 HIM 120 Administrative Systems Lab - Course title change, course description change, learning outcomes change

Current title: Administrative Systems Lab
Proposed title: Health Information Technology I Lab
30 character title for student transcript: Health Information Technology I Lab
Proposed description: This is the laboratory course for HIM 110 Health Information Technology I and allows students to practice the skills and knowledge learned in that course.
Current description: This is the laboratory course for HIM 110Administrative Systems and allows students to practice the skills and knowledge learned in Administrative Systems.
Proposed Learning Outcomes: please call Amy Alday-Murray/Curriculum for this information at 971-722-7730
Requested implementation term: 200404

241 HIM 141 Record Content 2-Title change, Credit/contact hour change, course description change, change in learning outcomes

Current title: Record Content 2
Proposed title: Health Information Technology 2
30 character title for student transcript: Health Information Technology 2
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2cr
Proposed description: This course continues the concepts of health information management covered in Health Information Technology 1 including the components of its content, use and structure of non-hospital healthcare data.
Current description: Explains the content and structure for healthcare records. Emphasizes ambulatory care records.
Proposed Learning Outcomes: please call Amy Alday-Murray/Curriculum for this information at 971-722-7730
Requested implementation term: 200501

242 HIM 136 Medications- Credit/contact hour change

Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200502

243 HIM 286 Data Management and Analysis I-Lab - New course

6 lab, 2 cr
30 character title for student transcript: Data Management and Analysis I Lab
This is the laboratory course for HIM 281 and allows students to practice skills and apply the knowledge learned in Data Management and Analysis I.
Requested implementation term: 200502

244 HIM 276 Classification Systems-Lab - New course

6 lab, 2 cr
30 character title for student transcript: Classification Systems Lab
This is the laboratory course for HIM 273 and HIM 275 and allows students to practice the skills and apply the knowledge learned in Classification Systems 2 and Classification Systems 3.
Requested implementation term: 200503

245 HIM 101 Seminar I- Title change, credit/contact hour change

Current title: Seminar I
Proposed title: Service Learning
30 character title for student transcript: Service Learning
Proposed: 2 lec, 2 cr
Current: 1 lec, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200504

246 HIM 272 Health Information Management - Credit/contact hour change

Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 5 lec, 5 cr
Requested implementation term: 200601

247 HIM 293 Health Information Directed Practice 2 - Credit/contact hour change

Proposed: 4 lab, 1 cr
Current: 8 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200601

248 HIMHealth Information Technology 3- New Course

3 lec, 3 cr
30 character title for student transcript: Health Information Technology 3
This course examines and develops skills for training healthcare teams, healthcare entities, and consumers on health information. Project management and the management of change in relation to health information management are also covered.
Requested implementation term: 200601

249 CMET 241 Structural Steel Drafting- New Course

1 lec, 6 lab, 3 cr
30 character title for student transcript: Structural Steel Drafting
Introduces structural detail drafting of engineering design drawings and shop fabrication drawings for steel construction. Covers steel grades and shapes, and design, fabrication, and erection drawings for steel structures.
Requested implementation term: 200404

250 ARCH 121 Structural Systems I- Course description change, Learning outcome change

Proposed description: Covers the minimum submittal documents for building permits as well as sketching current residential and commercial code sections. Recommended: INSP 151, 152.
Current description: Covers drawing building sections, structural framing and foundation details. Recommended: DRF 117 and ARCH 126 or equivalent.
Proposed Learning Outcomes: please call Amy Alday-Murray/Curriculum for this information at 971-722-7730
Requested implementation term: 200404

251 ARCH 103 Architectural Graphics 3 - Prerequisite change

Current: ARCH 101, 102, 122, 123, 132, 126, 136
Proposed: None
Requested implementation term: 200403

252 ARCH 237 Introduction to Autodesk Revit - New Course

2 lec, 2 lec/lab
Introduces Autodesk Revit, a parametric 3D modeling software, and its applications to architecture and covers the creation, retrieval and modification of drawings using basic Revit commands.
Requested implementation term: 200404

253 TA 141 Fundamentals of Acting Technique - CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 4 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation: 200404

254 TA 142 Fundamentals of Acting Technique - CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 4 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation: 200404

255 TA 143 Fundamentals of Acting Technique - CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 4 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation: 200404