Catalog The 2016-2017 Catalog is available in PDF format. Earlier catalogs are also available on our Issuu page in “flipbook” format, so you can read it from your browser as you would a printed book. If you prefer, you may also download a PDF copy from this page. Del Mar College Quickstart Guide. Catalog Instructions Catalog 2015-2016 (Flipbook version) Catalog 2014-2015 (Flipbook version) Catalog 2016-2017 (PDF version)Catalog 2015-2016 (PDF version)Catalog 2014-2015 (PDF version) 2015-2016 Catalog Updates Curriculum development happens throughout the academic year, and updates provided in this digital format replace program requirements in the printed Catalog. Use the links below to access updates to program information. Certificate and Degree Plans Certificate: Aviation Maintenance - Airframe Applied TechnologyAssociate in Applied Science Degree: Aviation Maintenance - Airframe Applied TechnologyCertificate: Aviation Maintenance – Power Plant Applied TechnologyAssociate in Applied Science Degree: Aviation Maintenance – Power Plant Applied TechnologyAssociate in Applied Science Degree: Architectural/Drafting Technology – Architectural Technology SpecializationAssociate in Science Degree: ArchitectureNew Certificate: Digital Design and Fabrication Certificate: Suspension, Driveline, and Brake Specialist Course Descriptions Program Accreditation Revision Semester Credit Hour Grade Point Average Your Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated multiplying the semester-hour value of the course by the point value in which a completion grade of A, B, C, D, F, R, or P was earned. For example: 3 semester hours with a “B”grade = 9 grade points. To determine the grade point average, add up the grade points from all courses and divide by the total semester hours attempted. For example: 15 semester hours with 30 total grade points = 2.0 average. The semester hour, a unit of credit, means the amount of credit given for one classroom hour a week for 16 weeks or the equivalent. The semester hour of credit represents at least three hours of work each week, on average, for a period of fifteen to sixteen weeks. (One semester credit hour is equivalent to one hour of classroom work and two hours of preparation/study time to be performed outside of class time.) Laboratory work may add a semester hour’s credit to a course.