West Valley College

MATH 106 Intermed Algebra
Year 1 - Semester 1
Prerequisites: MATH103 or 103R; or qualifying score on placement test.
5 Units
Outcome: Analyze, apply, and interpret quadratic and exponential functions.
Assessment: Examination question(s).
Outcome: Describe and interpret relationships between quantities using graphs, tables, symbols, and words.
Assessment: Examination question(s).
ENGR 010 Intro to Engineering
Year 1 - Semester 1
4 Units
Outcome: Prepare technical documents and the delivery of oral presentations.
Assessment: Document review and presentations.
Outcome: Analyze and present data in solving engineering problems.
Assessment: Project
Outcome: Demonstrate team work skill required on an engineering design team.
Assessment: Project.
ENGR 004 Intro to CAD
Year 1 - Semester 1
Advisory: Math 902 or 902P
3 Units: Lecture 2, Lab 1
Outcome: Generate two and three dimensional drawings using AUTOCAD.
Assessment: Timed examination and/or portfolio/presentation.
Outcome: Demonstrate proficiency in a minimum of 15 2-D drawing tools in a final drawing.
Assessment: Timed examination and/or portfolio/presentation.
CHEM 030A
Year 1 - Semester 2
Prerequisite: Math 103 or 103R or qualifying score on placement test and proof of Algebra II.
4 Units: Lecture 3, lab 1
Outcome: Complete basic calculations and problems by applying fundamental unit conversions.
Assessment: Examination questions.

MATH 010 Elem Statistics
Year 1 - Semester 2
Prerequisite: Math106 0r 106R or qualifying score on placement test and proof of Albegra II.
3 Units
Outcome: Given visual displays of the distribution of several variables, compare and contrast the distributions, including discussions of center, spread, symmetry, skewness, and outliers.
Assessment: Examination question(s).
Outcome: Given the description of a study in which an interval estimate or the result of a hypothesis test is provided, interpret the results of the interval estimate or hypothesis test.
Assessment: Examination question(s).
MATH 000D Trigonometry
Year 1 - Semester 2
3 Units
Outcome: Describe trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions symbolically, graphically, and numerically.
Assessment: Examination question(s)
Assessment: Examination question(s)
PHYS 002A General Physics
Year 2 - Semester 2
Prerequisites: Math 000D or Math 002
Advisory: Phys 001
5 units: Lecture 4 and Lab 1
Outcome: Apply core physical principles in conceptually describing the topics of mechanics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics and sound.
Assessment: pre and post testing
Outcome: Set up an experiment, collect and analyze data, identify sources of error, and interpret results in relationship to physical concepts.
Assessment: lab activity
Outcome: Identify the essential aspects of a problem, formulate a problem-solving strategy, estimate the solution, apply appropriate techniques, test the correctness of the solution and interpret the results in relationship to physical concepts.
Assessment: problem-solving activity
ENGR 060 Engineering Problem Solving -MATHCAD
Year 2 - Semester 2
0.5 Units
Outcome: Solve engineering problems via MATLAB using a symbolic language to deliver a correct solution.
Assessment: Examination printout of program and solution.

Distribution 2
Year 2 - Semester 2

Waterwork Mathematics
Study of the mathematical principles and methods involved in solving problems related to water and wastewater treatments, distribution, and collection systems, including volume, flow rate velocity, pressure, force, unit conversions, dimensional analysis, chemical dose rates, dilutions, filter loading and backwash rates as related to water/wastewater technology.
Water Distribution Systems
Study of the operation and maintenance of a water supply and distribution system. Water sources, water quality, treatment methods, distribution operations, customer metering, pipeline installation and repair, valves and appurtances, storage tanks, and maintenance topics will be discussed. Mathematical and hydralic formulas and principles to determine flow, pressure, and force.
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Treatment 2
Year 2 - Semester 2

Waterwork Mathematics
Study of the mathematical principles and methods involved in solving problems related to water and wastewater treatments, distribution, and collection systems, including volume, flow rate velocity, pressure, force, unit conversions, dimensional analysis, chemical dose rates, dilutions, filter loading and backwash rates as related to water/wastewater technology.
Basic Plant Operations: Water Treatment
Study the sources of water and the public health aspects of water supply; chemical, physical and bacteriological standards of water quality; types of water treatment plants; and water treatment procedures, operations, maintenance, storage and distribution.