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Introduction
Newton College is a private postsecondary educational institution founded on September 28, 1990 in Garden Grove, California.
 
The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (the BPPE) of the State of California has granted Newton College approval to operate since August 1, 1993. You may access the BPPE Website at www.bppe.ca.gov. The College has also been authorized by The Department of Homeland Security to enroll international students since May 2, 1994.
 
Degree Programs
 

Graphic Design
Program Length: 1,200 Class Hours (80 Semester Units) 18 hours/week
Time to complete program (including break sessions): 105 weeks
Maximum Number of Students Per Lecture: 30 students
Maximum Student to Teacher Ratio: 30 students for every instructor
Type of Credential: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

 

Program Description

This program introduces students to visual communication throug the creation and manipulation of raster and vector graphics, typography, and applications to a wide array of 2-dimensional projects as such as web animation, sound, and still images. Students will learn the operation and proper techniques of the software whichincludes instruction in page layout, creation in Internet-ready works, digital video editing, motion grpahics and visual effects. the program further introduces the concepts of desing thinking and design research, and demonstrates how they can be incorporated within a production process. 

This program is designed to facilitate the continuance of a student’s educational pursuits and to enhance his/her personal and professional advancement potential.
 

Notice to Prospective Degree Program Students

This institution is, provisionally approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education to offer degree programs. To continue to offer this degree program, this institution must meet the following requirements:

  • Become institutionally accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, with the scope of the accreditation covering at least one degree program
  • Achieve accreditation candidacy pre-accreditation, as defined in regulations, by (date two years from date of provisional approval), and full accreditation by (date) five years from date of provisional approval).
 If this institution stops pursuing accreditation, it must:
  • Stop all enrollment in its degree programs, and
  • Provide a teach-out to finish the educational program or provide are fund.

An institution that fails to comply with accreditation requirements by the required dates shall have its approval to offer degree programs automatically suspended.

Institutional Representative Initials: __________      Student Initials: ________ 

   Date: ___________                    Date: ________
 

A.A.S in Graphic Design Courses

GRD 330
Drawing
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 331
Color Theory/Fundamentals
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 332
Thinking Design
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 333
Photography I
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 334
Photography II
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 330
Drawing
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 335
Photoshop
120 Hours (8.0 Units)
GRD 336
Adobe Illustrator
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 337
Adobe InDesign
(Page layout + Typography)
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 338
Dreamweaver
(Web Expression)
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 339
Adobe Flash
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 340
Adobe After Effects
(Motion Graphics)
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 341
Adobe Premiere Pro
(Videography)
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 342
Graphic Design Production
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
GRD 343
Portfolio/Career Planning
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
 


General Education Courses

Code
Course Title
Clock Hours (Semester Units)
ENG 501
Communication
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
ENG 502
Writing
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
MATH 153
Intermediate Algebra
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
COMP 320
Microsoft Word
60 Hours (4.0 Units)
HIS 400
U.S. History
60 Hours (4.0 Units)

 


 

Dental Laboratory Technology 

Program Length: 1,200 Class Hours (80 Semester Units)  18 hours/week
Time to complete program (including break sessions): 105 weeks
Maximum Number of Students Per Lecture: 30 students
Maximum Student to Teacher Ratio: 30 students for every instructor
Type of Credential: Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
 

Program Description

Dental Laboratory Technology I prepares students for a career in the design and manufacturing of dental prosthetic devices (crowns and bridges with ceramics) in a private or commercial dental laboratory. Dental lab technicians usually work in a commercial dental laboratory which is separate from the dental practice. Salary is based upon knowledge level, experience and speed of manufacture among other aspects. Dental technicians receive dental impressions and prescriptions (work authorizations) from dentists, apply their expertise and return the prescribed appliance to the dentist for placement in a patient’s mouth.

This program offers combined specialized instruction in the design and fabrication of crown and bridge restorations with special emphasis on the techniques used in the artful specialty area of cosmetic dentistry, commonly referred to as dental ceramics. Emphasis is also placed on fundamental and advanced laboratory procedures and concepts in ceramics. Instruction includes courses in dental anatomy, morphology and plaster carving, wax and metal finish, and ceramics. Students will learn in fully equipped dental laboratory classrooms and will be instructed by experienced faculty.

The program objective is to prepare students to perform as capable entry-level dental laboratory technicians, develop marketable knowledge and skills, and ultimately secure employment as a dental technician.

Notice to Prospective Degree Program Students

This institution is, provisionally approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education to offer degree programs. To continue to offer this degree program, this institution must meet the following requirements:

  • Become institutionally accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, with the scope of the accreditation covering at least one degree program
  • Achieve accreditation candidacy pre-accreditation, as defined in regulations, by (date two years from date of provisional approval), and full accreditation by (date) five years from date of provisional approval).
 If this institution stops pursuing accreditation, it must:
  • Stop all enrollment in its degree programs, and
  • Provide a teach-out to finish the educational program or provide are fund.

An institution that fails to comply with accreditation requirements by the required dates shall have its approval to offer degree programs automatically suspended.

Institutional Representative Initials: __________      Student Initials: ________ 

   Date: ___________                    Date: ________
 

A.A.S. in Dental Laboratory Technology Courses

Code

Course Title

Clock Hours (Semester Units)

DLT 700

Dental Anatomy, Morphology & Plaster Carving I

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 701

Dental Anatomy, Morphology & Plaster Carving II

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 702

Dental Anatomy, Morphology & Plaster Carving III

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 703

Wax and Metal Finish I
(Full Crown & Bridge – Study Models)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 704

Wax and Metal Finish II
(Full Crown & Bridge – Real Cases)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 705

Wax and Metal Finish III
(Cast Metal Copings)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 706

Ceramics I – Single Anterior Crowns
(Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown & Bridge)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 707

Ceramics II – Single Posterior Crowns
(Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown & Bridge)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 708

Ceramics III – Anterior Bridge Crowns
(Porcelain Fused to Metal (PFM) Crown & Bridge)

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 709

Wrought-Ortho Appliances

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 710

Partial Dentures I

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 711

Partial Dentures II

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 712

Complete Dentures I

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 713

Complete Dentures II

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

DLT 714

Practicum

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

 

 

General Education Courses

Code

Course Title

Clock Hours (Semester Units)

ENG 501

Communication

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

ENG 502

Writing

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

MATH 153

Intermediate Algebra

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

COMP 320

Microsoft Word

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

HIS 400

Photography II

60 Hours (4.0 Units)

 

 

 

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