Chaffey College 2020-2021 Catalog: Academic Information

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ACADEMIC INFORMATIONDEFINITIONSCATALOG RIGHTS / MATRICULATIONRequirements shown in this catalog apply to any student entering(matriculating) Chaffey College during the Fall 2020, Spring 2021, orSummer 2021 terms. See the section on Graduation Requirements onpage 38 for more information. Other requirements such as minimumgrade point average for admission to a program, course prerequisites andcorequisites, textbooks, course content, software, etc., may change overtime at the discretion of the college.UNIT OF CREDITThe California State Education Code defines a college unit of credit asapproximately one hour of class plus two hours of study per week, or threehours of laboratory per week, carried through the term.HOURS AND UNITS OF CREDITClassLectureLaboratory or Studio(including open-entry)Independent StudyWork ExperienceUnit of Credit11Hours per Term16-1848-541116-1860 (unpaid); 75 (paid)UNIT LOADThe number of units a student enrolls in each semester. An average of 15units each semester is necessary for a student to progress at a rate whichmay lead to graduation in four semesters (two years).To be considered a full-time student, a student must carry a minimum of 12units per semester.ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATIONIdeally, students are expected to attend every meeting of every class forwhich they are enrolled.Instructors may develop specific policies and procedures related toattendance and participation for their individual classes. These policies andprocedures are distributed to students, in writing, at the beginning of theterm, and it is expected that students will adhere to the standards set forth.FIRST CLASS MEETINGStudents are required to attend the first meeting of each class in which theyare registered or they may be dropped from the class. Students takingonline classes are required to log in on their required day and time to satisfythe first class meeting requirement.Note: Please remember, it is a student’s responsibility to drop or withdrawfrom classes in which they are registered but cannot attend.ABSENCE FROM CLASSThe student is responsible for completion of the required assignments.Should a student find it necessary to be absent from class, he or she shouldmake arrangements with the instructor before the absence to complete allassignments for the class missed. It is an instructor’s option to providemakeup quizzes, examinations, lectures, or lab work missed due to absence.ACCELERATED LEARNING (FAST TRACK)Chaffey’s multi-pronged Fast Track initiative is designed to shorten thetime needed by students to complete requirements for graduation and/ortransfer. Some accelerated offerings consist of two sequential coursespackaged together in a single semester, with both the first and secondclass taught by the same instructor in the same time/day slot. Studentsmay be able to enroll in both classes at the same time, or have the optionto enroll in the 2nd session class later if seats are available.Chaffey CollegeDISTANCE EDUCATIONChaffey College has an extensive course listing in multiple distanceeducation modalities and offers several certificates that can be obtained viadistance education. Distance education courses are taught by Chaffey facultyand fulfill general education, elective, and/or major requirements. They areacademically equivalent to on-campus courses, with some classestransferable to four-year institutions. Chaffey offers two basic types ofdistance education classes: hybrid and online. In online classes, studentsreceive instruction via the Internet. While these classes have due dates andtimes for assignments, students can attend class anytime or anywhere acomputer with Internet capabilities is accessible. Hybrid classes are acombination of face-to-face and online instruction. Students meet on campuson the designated days and times, as well as receive instruction online.For more information about distance education and to determine if you areready for a distance education class, contact the Chaffey College DistanceEducation Office at (909) 652-6975; via email at onlineed@chaffey.edu orvisit the Distance Education (DE) website at www.chaffey.edu/onlineed.FINAL EXAMINATIONSFinal examination hours and dates are published in the schedule of classes.Final examinations for short-term classes are given during the last classmeeting or during finals week as published in the schedule of classes.The established final examination schedule cannot be changed withoutapproval from the Associate Superintendent of Instruction.Students may petition to take a final examination at a non-scheduled timedue to exceptional circumstances. Petition forms are available in eachschool office and must include the instructor’s approval and signature.SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENTRECOGNITIONScholastic achievement, leadership, and community service are recognizedby Chaffey College through a variety of honors and awards. The majority ofthese are sponsored by college and campus organizations; however, anumber are made possible by community organizations.HONOR LISTSTwo scholastic honor lists are prepared each fall and spring semester.Achievements are recorded on students’ official transcript.Exemplary Achievement List:Students who complete a standard semester with a 4.00 GPA in 12 ormore degree applicable units.Dean’s Honor List:Students who complete a standard semester with a 3.50 GPA in 12 ormore degree applicable units.HONORS AT GRADUATIONStudents who have earned an associate’s degree and have a 3.50 GPA orabove in degree applicable units will graduate with honors. GPA for Honorsat Graduation (listed in commencement ceremony booklet) is computedafter the Fall semester grades are recorded on the transcript for springcommencement.2020-2021 Catalog 23ACADEMIC INFORMATIONGENERALOther non-paired Fast Track classes provide students the ability tocomplete two general education and/or program applicable courses in asingle term.

VALEDICTORIAN FOR SPRING COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIESTo be eligible for selection as valedictorian for Spring commencementceremonies, students must have earned an associates degree and acumulative 4.00 GPA in degree applicable units, and have completed aminimum of 12 degree applicable units at Chaffey College each consecutiveterm, except the first term in college may be fewer than 12 units.PARTICIPATION IN COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIESStudents may participate in the Spring commencement ceremonies onlyduring the academic year that they have completed all required coursework.CREDIT BY EXAMINATIONACADEMIC INFORMATIONChaffey College Internal TestingRegistered students who have substantial prior experience in the content ofcollege-level courses and who can present evidence may petition to receivecredit for courses listed in the college catalog which are approved for Creditby Examination. Any course listed in the course description section of theChaffey College catalog bearing the designation [Cx] after the course title orwhich is listed on the Credit by Examination table on the following pagesmay be challenged for credit by examination with the consent of theinstructor in the appropriate administrative unit and after admissionseligibility criteria are met. A department (discipline area) may establish alimit on the number of courses that may be challenged for credit byexamination. Contact the subject area Dean’s office for more information.Credit by examination is subject to the following regulations:a) The Chaffey Community College District will grant credit to any studentwho satisfactorily passes an examination in accordance with the credit byexamination policy and procedure. Such credit will be granted only to astudent who is registered in the Chaffey Community College District; whohas earned at least 12* units of credit from Chaffey College; who is ingood standing (cumulative GPA 2.0); who has met all courseprerequisites; who has not previously received a grade for the course;who is not currently enrolled in the course; and only for a course listed inthe college catalog that specifies it may be challenged through the creditby examination policy.*The credit by examination [Cx] twelve unit course credit requirement iswaived for high school students enrolled in articulated tech prep courses.b) Applications for credit by examination are available in the Admissionsand Records Office at any of our three campus locations.c) There is a 25 fee for credit by examination testing.d) Units earned through credit by examination shall not be counted towardthe 12-unit residency requirement for graduation.It is the policy of Chaffey College that only unit credit is granted uponsuccessful completion of the above. A grade of P will be issued, which isequivalent to a C or better grade. No letter grade is assigned; no gradepoints are assigned; thus, it is not computed in the grade point average.Credit for External ExaminationsChaffey College awards credit for specific examinations and scores ofexternal programs. Approved programs are the College Board AdvancedPlacement (AP) Examinations, the College Level Examination Program(CLEP) and the International Baccalaureate (IB). Some general educationcategories for Chaffey College, CSU GE Breadth and IGETC may befulfilled by AP and IB examinations with approved scores. Chaffey Collegeand the CSU also recognize certain CLEP examinations/scores towardcompletion of general education areas. The University of California does notaward credit for CLEP examinations.The institution to which a student transfers determines the total number ofunits awarded for successful completion of external examinations, and theapplicability of the examination to course equivalency, major and othergraduation requirements. Students planning to use AP, IB or CLEP credittoward transfer requirements are advised to consult with a Chaffey Collegecounselor, the Transfer Center, and the planned transfer institution forinformation on policies and procedures.24 2020-2021 CatalogChaffey College recognizes course equivalency for a limited number of APtests as indicated under “Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations”.Transfer students are reminded that the decision to determine courseequivalency is the responsibility of the transfer institution regardless ofChaffey College recognition. Students should consult a counselor beforeenrolling in any course for which AP, IB or CLEP credit has been granted.Total units awarded may differ from units recognized in a GE category.Students who would like to use an external examination to meet aprerequisite or receive recognition of course equivalency may file aPrerequisite/Corequisite Validation form to be evaluated by the disciplinefaculty. Students who would like external exam credits to be applied to theirinstitutional unit calculations should consult with a counselor.Credit for external exams at CSUs and UCs varies by campus, butminimum acceptance standards are updated and published periodically. ForCSUs and CSU GE Breadth applicability, see “Systemwide Credit state.edu/AcadAff/CodedMemos. For UCs, see “Exam Credit” selors/exam-credit.ForIGETC, see the most recent “IGETC Standards” document at s-manual.Advanced Placement (AP) ExaminationsThe AP Examination Table on pages 27-28 provides the title of the APExamination, minimum required score, course equivalency (if applicable),institutional unit credit awarded, and the general education subject area andunit credits recognized toward the Chaffey College general educationpattern. Course equivalencies and units awarded are internal to ChaffeyCollege only and do not extend to transfer institutions.International Baccalaureate (IB)The International Baccalaureate Organization awards either a diploma or acertificate for individual IB exams. Students who receive IB certificates witha score of 5, 6, or 7 on higher level exams may earn unit credit towardsChaffey College general education, CSU GE Breadth and IGETC areas.Chaffey College and the CSU recognize some scores of 4 in generaleducation categories.The International Baccalaureate (IB) Table on page 29 provides the IBexamination title, minimum score for Chaffey/CSU and IGETC, 3 semesterunits awarded for Chaffey, CSU and IGETC general education areas. Thereare no standard equated courses.College Level Examination Program (CLEP)Students who successfully complete CLEP examinations are awarded unitsby Chaffey College and the California State University. The University ofCalifornia does not award credit for CLEP examinations. CLEP creditawarded can be applied to the Chaffey College general education and CSUGE Breadth areas. The CLEP Table on pages 30-31 indicates the CLEPexamination, minimum required score, and 3 semester units awarded forChaffey General Education categories and CSU GE Breadth areas.DANTES/DSSTThe military’s Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support(DANTES) provides a Credit by Exam Program that includes DantesSubject Standardized Test (DSST) examinations. Recognition of DSSTexaminations is determined by each California Community College andCSU campus. The University of California does not award credit for DSSTexaminations.Chaffey College will review DSST examinations by student petition. Thedecision to award credit is based on the following factors: ACErecommendation as a baccalaureate level course and minimum score, andfaculty review. When approved, 3 units of elective credit will be granted.Discipline faculty will determine if a DSST examination can be substituted inlieu of a specific course for the Associate Degree general education area,major, certificate or prerequisite. DSST examinations cannot be used forCSU GE and/or IGETC certification.Chaffey College

CHAFFEY COLLEGE COURSES ELIGIBLE FOR CREDIT BY EXAMINATION [Cx]The courses listed below may be challenged for credit by examination with the consent of the instructor in the appropriate administrative unit and after admissions eligibilitycriteria are met (see information on the preceding page). A department (discipline area) may establish a limit on the number of courses that may be challenged for credit byexamination. Contact the subject area Dean’s office for more information.Course Number Course TitleUnitsCourse Number Course TitleUnitsACCTG-480Applied Accounting I3CIS-15Introduction to Database & Database Management SystemsART-62AIllustration I3CIS-50Introduction to Computer NetworksART-63Introduction to Graphic Design4CIS-68Internet TechnologiesART-82Introduction to Digital Media4CISPROG-1Introduction to Computer Programming3CJ-1Introduction to the Criminal Justice System3CJ-2Concepts of Criminal Law3CJ-4Community and the Justice System3CJ-5Legal Aspects of Evidence3CJ-51Introduction to Corrections3CJ-53Correctional Law3CJ-54Public Relations and Corrections3CJ-56Correctional Interviewing and Counseling3CJ-57Probation and Parole3COMPSCI-1Programming Concepts and Methodology I3CUL-15Sanitation, Safety, and Equipment Management3DENTAL-405Basic Dental Sciences3DENTAL-415Dental Chairside Skills I2.5DENTAL-425Dental Materials2DENTAL-425LDental Materials Lab1DENTAL-435Infection Control in Dentistry2DENTAL-445Oral Radiology3DENTAL-445LOral Radiology LabARTH-7Survey of Western Art from Prehistory through theMiddle AgesSurvey of Western Art from Renaissance ToContemporaryArts of Africa, Oceania, and Indigenous North AmericaARTH-9Art of the Ancient Americas3ARTH-19Contemporary Art: 1945-Present3AUTOTEC-10Service and Repair4AUTOTEC-15Auto Electricity and Electronics2AUTOTEC-416Basic Automotive Air Conditioning Systems2AUTOTEC-417Brakes4AUTOTEC-418Suspension and Steering Systems4AUTOTEC-422Fuel, Ignition, and Emission Control Systems5AUTOTEC-423Engine Management Systems and Drivability4AUTOTEC-427Engine Operation and Service5AUTOTEC-429Advanced Automotive Electrical Systems4ARTH-3ARTH-5333331.5BIOL-424Manual and Automatic Transmissions, Transaxles andDrive TrainsAnatomy and PhysiologyBRDCAST-60Beginning Single Camera Production3DENTAL-455Dental Office Procedures2BUS-10Introduction to Business3DENTAL-460Clinical Experience I2BUS-61Introduction to Global Business3DENTAL-465Clinical Experience II1BUSMGT-13Supply Chain Management3DENTAL-465LClinical Experience II Lab4BUSMGT-14Transportation Management3DENTAL-475Dental Specialty SkillsBUSMGT-42Human Resource Management3DENTAL-475LDental Specialty Skills LabBUSMGT-45Small Business Ownership and Management3DENTAL-480Dental Chairside Skills II2BUSMGT-48Quality Management Principles3DENTAL-480LDental Chairside Skills II Lab1BUSMGT-430Warehouse Management and Material Handling3DENTAL-490Advanced Clinical ProceduresBUSMGT-436Introduction to Logistics Management3DENTAL-490LAdvanced Clinical Procedures LabBUSMGT-480Principles of Supervision3DRAFT-20Computer-Aided Drafting and Design4BUSMKT-40Marketing Principles3DRAFT-21Mechanical Design I3BUSTEC-40ABeginning Computer Keyboarding3DRAFT-50Architectural Design I3BUSTEC-40B3DRAFT-51Architectural Design II3BUSTEC-50Computer Keyboarding: Speed and AccuracyDevelopmentFiling and Records Management3DRAFT-53Architectural Applications of CAD4BUSTEC-60AMicrosoft Office Word - Specialist3DRAFT-78Advanced Mechanical Design Applications4BUSTEC-60BMicrosoft Office Word - Expert3ECON-1Introduction to Economics3BUSTEC-61Microsoft Office PowerPoint1.5ECON-4Principles of Microeconomics3BUSTEC-62Microsoft Office Outlook1.5ED-400Introduction to Education and Teaching3BUSTEC-63Microsoft Office Excel - Comprehensive3EGTECH-10Introduction to Engineering Design/Graphics4BUSTEC-64Microsoft Office Access - Comprehensive3EGTECH-12Principles of Engineering4BUSTEC-410MS Publisher Comprehensive3EMT-11Emergency Medical Technician7BUSTEC-455Fundamentals of English for Business3EMT-405Emergency Medical Technician Preparation3BUSTEC-460Proofreading: Text-Editing Skills3FASHD-20History of Fashion3BUSTECM-475Medical Office Procedures3FASHD-40Beginning Clothing Construction2CDE-1Principles & Practices in Early Childhood Education3FASHD-61Pattern Drafting I3CDE-2Child Growth and Development3FASHD-65Fashion Illustration2CDE-6Teaching in a Diverse Society3FASHM-10Introduction to the Fashion Industry3CHIN-18Chinese Civilization and Culture3FASHM-60Textiles3CIS-1Introduction to Computer Information Systems3FIRETEC-1Principles of Emergency Services3CIS-4Fundamentals of Microsoft Windows1.5FIRETEC-2Fire Behavior and Combustion3AUTOTEC-43221.520.510.52020-2021 Catalog 25ACADEMIC INFORMATIONChaffey College5

ACADEMIC INFORMATIONCHAFFEY COLLEGE COURSES ELIGIBLE FOR CREDIT BY EXAMINATION [Cx]Course NumberCourse TitleCourse NumberCourse TitleFIRETEC-3Fire Protection SystemsUnits3MUSIC-7Music Theory and Musicianship IIIUnits4FIRETEC-4Building Construction for Fire Protection3MUSIC-8Music Theory and Musicianship IV4FIRETEC-5Fire Prevention3MUSIC-21History of Jazz3FIRETEC-6Fire Apparatus and Equipment3MUSIC-40Beginning Guitar1FIRETEC-7Strategies and Tactics3NF-11Food Service Management SupervisionFIRETEC-9Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Safety & Survival3NURADN-3Transition in Nursing1.5FIRETEC-10Wildland Fire Control3NURADN-3LTransition in Nursing Laboratory0.5FIRETEC-11Legal Aspects of Emergency Services3NURADN-6Clinical Nursing Skills1.5FIRETEC-123NURADN-14Nursing Process 1FIRETEC-420Occupational Safety and Health for EmergencyServicesFireInspector 1A - Duties and Administration2NURADN-14LNursing Process 1 LaboratoryFIRETEC-421Fire Inspector 1B - Fire and Life SafetyFIRETEC-422Fire Inspector 1C - Field Inspection and wborn Nursing1.5NURADN-26LMaternal-Newborn Nursing LaboratoryFire Inspector 1D - Field Inspection- California Specific1NURADN-27Nursing Process 24Social Work Designee/Assistant Training3NURADN-27LNursing Process 2 Laboratory3HVACR-608HVAC Troubleshooting0NURADN-34Nursing Process 34HVACR-609Advanced Commercial HVAC Systems0NURADN-34LNursing Process 3 Laboratory3HVACR-610Building Automation Control Systems0NURADN-38Family-Child NursingHVACR-611HVAC Management Topics0NURADN-38LFamily-Child Nursing LaboratoryID-10Introduction to Interior Design3NURADN-45Nursing Process 44ID-15Architectural Drafting for Interior Designers3NURADN-48Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing2IET-401AIntroduction to Electricity2.5NURADN-48LMental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Laboratory1IET-401BIndustrial Basic Controls2.5NURADN-50Professional Issues in Nursing1IET-403AElectrical Motors and Controls I2.5NURADN-403Pathophysiology for Nursing3IET-411Programmable Logic Controllers3NURADN-404Basic ECG and Dysrhythmia Interpretation2IETELMT-430Hydraulic Fundamentals2NURADN-428Basic Pharmacology3IETELMT-436Pneumatics Fundamentals2NURVN-403Fundamentals of Nursing3IETELMT-438Electrical Control of Pneumatic Systems2NURVN-405Beginning Medical Surgical Nursing4INDMM-400Intro to Const. Safety, Trade Math, Rigging, and Tools3NURVN-409Intermediate Medical Surgical Nursing4INDMM-401Basic Comm. and Employability Skills, and Core Testing2.5NURVN-411Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing7INDMM-402Fund. of Ind. Maintenance, Oxyfuel, and Craft Skills3.5NURVN-413Leadership for the Vocational Nurse3INDMM-403Trade Math/Drawings, Mat. Handling, and Mobile Equip.2.5NURVN-415AGrowth/Development: Psychology Adult - Geriatric1INDMM-600Intro to Const. Safety, Trade Math, Rigging, and Tools0NURVN-415BGrowth and Development of the Child1INDMM-601Basic Comm. and Employability Skills, and Core Testing0NURVN-417ACritical Thinking and the Nursing Process I1INDMM-602Fund. of Ind. Maintenance, Oxyfuel, and Craft Skills0NURVN-417BCritical Thinking and the Nursing Process II1INDMM-603Trade Math/Drawings, Mat. Handling, and Mobile Equip.0NURVN-421Maternal and Child Health Nursing4KINLEC-14Lifeguard Training3PHOTO-1History of Photography3MATH-60Calculus for Business4PHOTO-7Introduction to Digital Photography4MATH-61Pre-Calculus4PHOTO-9Digital Imaging4MATH-65ACalculus I4PHOTO-10Beginning Photography4MATH-65BCalculus II4PHOTO-11Intermediate Photography4MATH-75Calculus III5PHOTO-12Studio Lighting4MATH-81Linear Algebra4PHOTO-20Photography for Media4MATH-85Differential Equations4PSYCH-1Introduction to Psychology3MUSIC-2AMusic History and Literature3RE-410Real Estate Principles3MUSIC-2BMusic History and Literature3SCSCI-13Introduction to Social Work3MUSIC-4Music Appreciation3SPAN-8Survey of Hispanic Literature: 1700 - Present3MUSIC-5Music Theory and Musicianship I4THEATRE-4Theatre History: Ancient to 17003MUSIC-6Music Theory and Musicianship II4THEATRE-5Theatre History: 1700-Present326 2020-2021 Catalog21.521.5Chaffey College

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) EXAMS: COURSE EQUIVALENCIES ANDGENERAL EDUCATION CREDITStudents may earn credit for College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams with scores of 3, 4, or 5 (unless otherwise noted below). AP credit can be used to meetinstitutional requirements for Chaffey College (general education and/or major requirements), and transfer requirements for the CSUs, UCs, CSU GE Breadth, and IGETC.Course credit and units granted at Chaffey College may differ from course credit and units granted by a transfer institution. The actual AP transfer credit awarded isdetermined by the CSU and UC*.Chaffey College General Education Pattern(AP Scores of 3, 4, or 5)Chaffey College CreditMinimumGE Credits(Semester)AP ScoreCourse EquivalencyUnit Credit(Semester)Subject AreaArt History3, 4, 5No equivalent course6 unitsC1: Art or C2: Humanities3 unitsBiology3, 4, 5BIOL-14 unitsB: Natural Sciences4 unitsCalculus AB orAB Subscore13, 4, 5MATH-65A4 unitsA2: Communication and Analytical Thinkingand Math Competency3 unitsCalculus BC13, 4, 5MATH-65A andMATH-65B4 units 4 unitsA2: Communication and Analytical Thinkingand Math Competency3 unitsChemistry3, 4, 5CHEM-24A5 unitsB: Natural Sciences4 unitsChinese Language and Culture3, 4, 5CHIN-1 andCHIN-24 units 4 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsComparative Governmentand Politics3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsD1: American Institutions3 unitsComputer Science A23, 4, 5COMPSCI-13 unitsN/A3 unitsComputer Science AB23, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsN/A3 unitsComputer Science Principles3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsN/A3 unitsEnglish – Language andComposition3, 4, 5ENGL-1A3 unitsA1: English Composition3 unitsEnglish – Literature andComposition3, 4, 5ENGL-1A andENGL-1C3 units 3 unitsA1: English Composition or C2: Humanities3 unitsEnvironmental Science3, 4, 5No equivalent course4 unitsB: Natural Sciences4 unitsEuropean History3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsC2: Humanities orD2: Behavioral Sciences3 unitsFrench Language and Culture3, 4, 5FR-1 andFR-24 units 4 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsFrench Literature3, 4, 5No equivalent course4 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsGerman Language and Culture3, 4, 5No equivalent course8 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsHuman Geography3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsD2: Behavioral Sciences3 unitsItalian Language and Culture3, 4, 5No equivalent course8 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsJapanese Language and Culture3, 4, 5No equivalent course8 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsLatin33, 4, 5No equivalent course8 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsLatin –Literature33, 4, 5No equivalent course8 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsLatin – Vergil3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsMacroeconomics3, 4, 5ECON-23 unitsD1: American Institutions3 unitsMicroeconomics3, 4, 5ECON-43 unitsD1: American Institutions3 units1APCalculus Exam Limitations: Only one exam may be used for unit credit.Computer Science Exam Limitations: Only one exam may be used for unit credit.3AP Latin Exam Limitations: Maximum 8 semester units toward Chaffey College credit.2AP*Credit for external exams at CSUs and UCs varies by campus, but minimum acceptance standards are updated and published periodically. For CSUsand CSU GE Breadth applicability, see “Systemwide Credit for External Examinations” Memo ASA-2019-03 at www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/CodedMemos.For UCs, see “Exam Credit” at lors/exam-credit. For IGETC, see the most recent “IGETC Standards”document at es-manual.Chaffey College2020-2021 Catalog 27ACADEMIC INFORMATIONAP EXAM

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) EXAMS: COURSE EQUIVALENCIES ANDGENERAL EDUCATION CREDITStudents may earn credit for College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Exams with scores of 3, 4, or 5 (unless otherwise noted below). AP credit can be used to meetinstitutional requirements for Chaffey College (general education and/or major requirements), and transfer requirements for the CSUs, UCs, CSU GE Breadth, and IGETC.Course credit and units granted at Chaffey College may differ from course credit and units granted by a transfer institution. The actual AP transfer credit awarded isdetermined by the CSU and UC*.Chaffey College General Education Pattern(AP Scores of 3, 4, or 5)ACADEMIC INFORMATIONChaffey College CreditAP EXAMAP ScoreCourse EquivalencyUnit Credit(Semester)Subject AreaMinimumGE Credits(Semester)Music Theory3, 4, 5MUSIC-54 unitsC1: Arts3 unitsPhysics 1: Algebra-based43, 4, 5PHYS-5 andPHYS-63 units 1 unitB: Natural Sciences4 unitsPhysics 2: Algebra-based43, 4, 5PHYS-5 andPHYS-63 units 1 unitB: Natural Sciences4 unitsPhysics B43, 4, 5PHYS-5 andPHYS-63 units 1 unitB: Natural Sciences4 unitsPhysics C – Electricity/Magnetism 3, 4, 5PHYS-465 unitsB: Natural Sciences4 unitsPhysics C – Mechanics3, 4, 5PHYS-455 unitsB: Natural Sciences4 unitsPsychology4, 5PSYCH-13 unitsD2: Behavioral Sciences3 unitsResearchN/ANo equivalent course0 unitsN/A0 unitsSeminarN/ANo equivalent course0 unitsN/A0 unitsSpanish Language and Culture3, 4, 5SPAN-1 andSPAN-24 units 4 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsSpanish Literature and Culture3, 4, 5SPAN-34 unitsC2: Humanities3 unitsStatistics3, 4, 5STAT-104 unitsA2: Communication and Analytical Thinkingand Math Competency3 unitsStudio Art – 2D3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsC1: Arts3 unitsStudio Art – 3D3, 4, 5ART-124 unitsC1: Arts3 unitsStudio Art – Drawing3, 4, 5ART-143 unitsC1: Arts3 unitsU.S. Government and Politics3, 4, 5PS-13 unitsD1: American Institutions3 unitsU.S. History3, 4, 5HIST-17 andHIST-183 units 3 unitsC2: Humanities orD1: American Institutions3 unitsWorld History3, 4, 5No equivalent course3 unitsC2: Humanities orD1: American Institutions3 units4APPhysics Exam Limitations (for Physics 1, 2, and B): Maximum 4 semester units toward Chaffey College credit.*Credit for external exams at CSUs and UCs varies by campus, but minimum acceptance standards are updated and published periodically. For CSUsand CSU GE Breadth applicability, see “Systemwide Credit for External Examinations” Memo ASA-2019-03 at www.calstate.edu/AcadAff/CodedMemos.For UCs, see “Exam Credit” at lors/exam-credit. For IGETC, see the most recent “IGETC Standards”document at es-manual.28 2020-2021 CatalogChaffey College

CHAFFEY COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION/CSU GE/IGETC CREDIT FOR IB TESTSStudents may earn credit for International Baccalaureate (IB) tests. IB credit can be used to meet CSU GE, IGETC and A.A. general educationrequirements (GE). Minimum test scores may be different for CSU GE and IGETC. Chaffey accepts the IB test score and awards unit credit in accordancewith the CSU. Students must have the College Board send IB exam results to the Admissions Office for use on GE patterns. Course credit and unitsgranted at Chaffey College may differ from course credit and units granted by another college or transfer institution.MinimumIB ScoreChaffey/CSU GEEXAMMinimumCCC unitsIB ScoreawardedIGETCAA (GE)CHAFFEY COLLEGESemester CreditsToward CSU r GEBreadth AreaIGETC Area556 semesterN/A No lab credit3 semester unitsB2Area 5B(without lab)Chemistry HL556 semesterN/A No lab credit3 semester unitsB1Area 5A(without lab)Economics HL556 semester3 units towardSocial/BehavioralSciences3 semester unitsD2Are

Chaffey College 2020-2021 Catalog 23 N ACADEMIC INFORMATION DEFINITIONS Other non CATALOG RIGHTS / MATRICULATION Requirements shown in this catalog apply to any student entering (matriculating) Chaffey College during the Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Summer

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