2022-2023 Pierce College Catalog 
    
    Oct 02, 2022  
2022-2023 Pierce College Catalog

Military Technology and Leadership (AT) Course Map


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Created by Pierce faculty, this map outlines the initial coursework for this career field. It provides you a clear path to complete your degree by listing a specific set of courses relevant to your program and career. The map is designed with the appropriate number of credits and meets degree requirements. Courses are organized in a recommended sequence; please schedule accordingly. If a course is unavailable, select the next appropriate course within the sequence. For each course, a purpose statement explains how the content relates to your career field. On this map, there may be instances when you will be required to select a course from several options. Use these purpose statements and notes to choose the course that best aligns with your interests and needs. You will also find action items to complete to assure you progress and graduate on time. While this map is a great guide to courses required to complete the Associate in Military Technology and Leadership (AT), you are responsible for fulfilling all degree requirements

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Program Code: 294


Total Credits: 90


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1. Joint Service Transcripts (up to 70 credit hours)


2. College Success


  • Course purpose: Students need the perspective and understanding of college study habits to succeed in college level classes.  Learners may have been out of an academic setting and may find this helpful to learn study habits.

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  • Note: The College Success course you select will depend on the Career Pathway Map you are following. Your advisor will assist you in selecting either the 3- or 5- credit version of the course.  Please note: Should you choose to repeat a College Success course you must enroll in a College Success course with the same credit amount as the original course; a COLLG 110 course grade can only be replaced with a grade from another COLLG 110 course and a COLLG 115 course grade can only be replaced with a grade from another COLLG 115 course. 

3. English Course Recommendation


  • Course purpose: Military professionals must be able to engage in written communication. This course provides you with a better understanding of mastering the written language for both receiving and giving messages.  

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  • Note: Your advisor will assist you in reviewing your Guided Self Placement and selecting either the 5-credit or the 7-credit co-requisite ENGL& 101 + ENGLC 101 course. 

4. Math Course Recommendation


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5. Human Relations Course Recommendation


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6. Humanities Course Recommendation


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  • Course purpose: Learners gain insight into critical thinking through the study of real-life examples and how best to apply logic to the situations.

  • Course purpose: Members of the military need the ability to have a holistic world view and understanding of a cultures and current events. These courses give the service member a wide variety of courses to further enhance their world views in their military career.

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7. Recommended Electives


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  • Course purpose: This course provides the military learner with insight into diversity and ethnicity through an exploration of either their own culture and/or that of others they may work and interact with.  

  • Course purpose: This course provides the military leaner with insight into diversity, complexity and contradictions of the American ethnic experience and how best to apply it.

  • Course purpose: This course provides the military learner with insight into diversity and ethnicity through an exploration of either their own culture and/or that of others they may work and interact with.  

  • Course purpse: This course provides the military learner with insight into diversity and ethnicity through an exploration of either their own culture and/or that of others they may work and interact with.  

  • Course purpose: This course allows the learner to explore healthy nutrition for the betterment of their military career and that of their subordinates and to support field/mission readiness and overall good health.

  • Course purpose: This course introduces service members to the most popular productivity software applications that can be used in their work. It is also a prerequisite to set you up for success in the Project Management course series.

     

    Note: CIS 130 is a prerequisite for BUS 260 .

     

  • Course purpose: This course provides the learner with the framework, terminology, concepts, the tools and techniques to build a project plan. The military uses a similar planning sequence that are based on completing projects. 

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  • Note: CIS 130  is a prerequisite for BUS 260.

     

  • Course purpose: This course provides the learner with the framework, terminology, concepts, the tools and techniques to build a project plan. The military uses a similar planning sequence that are based on completing projects.

  • Course purpose: The learner gains insight into the rich variety of peoples, traditions, and landscapes in the geographic realms of Europe, Russia, North America, Middle America, South America, Australia, and the South Pacific. Understanding these cultures will help the learner in their global work environment.

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    An introduction to the rich variety of peoples, traditions, and landscapes in the geographic realms of Sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa South West Asia, South Asia, East Asia, and South East Asia.

    Understanding these cultures will help the learner in their global work environment.

  • Course purpose: Learners will be able to understand concepts of human resources, such as professional development, compensation, and motivation and morale as the transition to management and leadership positions.

  • Course purpose: The Military learner will often work in other countries and with the respective government of that country. This course provides insight of the various forms of government and politics in the world together with an introduction to the terms and concepts of political science.

  • Course purpose: Military learners gain insight into terms and concepts of international relations and how to analyze these to solve problems they may come across.

Total Credits: 90


Program Outcomes


Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning: Graduates utilize mathematical, symbolic, logical, graphical, geometric, or statistical analysis for the interpretation and solution of problems in the natural world and human society.

Critical, Creative, and Reflective Thinking: Graduates will evaluate, analyze, synthesize, and generate ideas; construct informed, meaningful, and justifiable conclusions; and process feelings, beliefs, biases, strengths, and weaknesses as they relate to their thinking, decisions, and creations.

Effective Communication: Graduates will be able to exchange messages in a variety of contexts using multiple methods.

Intercultural Engagement: Graduates demonstrate self-efficacy in intercultural engagement to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion through reflections and expressions of cultural humility, empathy, and social and civic engagement and action. Further, graduates examine how identities/positionalities such as races, social classes, genders, sexual orientations, disabilities, and cultures impact perceptions, actions, and the distribution of power and privilege in communities, systems, and institutions.

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