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Dual Enrollment

Cyber Security Associate

earn a Job Skills Certificate in 2 High School Years 12 units

CIS 222

PC Maintenace and Troubleshooting 2 units - learn the workable knowledge needed for the installation. set-up, troubleshooting and optimization of hardware and software. This course will cover information needed to prepare for the current A+ and the CISCO IT certification tests.

CIS 211 

Security + Certification Preparation 3 units - learn concepts of computer and network-security and gain skills necessary to apply knowledge of security concepts, tools, and procedures to react to security incidents, and guard against the security risks. At the end of the course students are prepared for the CopmpTIA Security+ certification exam. 


Cyber Security I 3 units - An introduction to the theory and practice of information security. The topics covered include Windows basics, Windows networking, accounts basics, threats, vulnerabilities, and exploits, routes, domain name servers, workgroups, domains, servers, access control, authentication and basic cryptography and design of system defensive strategies.

Culinary Arts

CLN ART 103 

Culinary Nutrition 2 units - Fundamental culinary nutrition principles and theories for various groups are investigated. Healthy foods, pleasing to the eyes and the palate, will be prepared to cater to the growing number of health-minded customers. Recipe and menu development including ingredient selection and cooking techniques will be discussed. Special diets such as low fat, low sodium, diabetic, gluten-free and caloric intake will be discussed.

CLN ART 050 

Sanitation and Safety 2 units -An introduction to the basic principles of sanitation, safety, work simplification, and use and care of institutional food service equipment. Emphasis is on the importance of proper employee training practices as related to food safety. ServSafe Food Handler's Manager Certification will be obtained upon successfully passing exam.

CLN ART 060 

Culinary Arts Orientation & Techniques 4 units - Students will be introduced to culinary theories and develop skills in knife handling, food fabrication, ingredient identification, proper use of small and large equipment, use of recipe weights and measures, recipe development and cooking fundamentals. Students will apply history, description, and interrelationships of the hospitality industries with an emphasis on the multifaceted food service industry. Introduction to the world of commercial food production.

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ADM JUS 104 

Introduction To Forensic Science 3 Units - The role of forensic science in Administration of Justice. Several different categories of evidence will be examined including fingerprints, impression evidence, firearms and blood stain pattern analysis.

PSYCH 001 

General Psychology I 3 units - This course is an introduction to the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Topics include the biological bases of behavior, gender and sexuality, human development, cognition and intelligence, consciousness, learning, memory, motivation and emotion, personality, social psychology, and psychological disorders and treatments.

CH DEV 011

Child,Family and Community 3 units - An examination of the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community and emphasizing historical and socio-cultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families.