2012-2013 KCTCS Catalog by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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history and functions of kctcs created by the postsecondary education improvement act of 1997 the kentucky community and technical college system kctcs is a statewide system consisting of 16 two-year colleges that provide quality postsecondary education and workforce training kctcs colleges are committed to making education accessible relevant and responsive to the needs of students employers and communities sixty-eight kctcs campuses are strategically located across the commonwealth from ashland to paducah from covington to bowling green additionally kctcs is the largest provider of online learning in the state offering more than 70 online programs in the fall of 2011 more than 53,000 students were enrolled in kctcs distance education courses mission statement kentucky community and technical college system the mission of kctcs is to improve the employability and quality of life of kentucky citizens as the primary provider of • college and workforce readiness • transfer

west kentucky community and technical college the mission of west kentucky community and technical college is to provide excellence in teaching and learning promote student success and support economic development to accomplish this mission west kentucky community and technical college will provide the following • academic general education and technical courses leading to certificates diplomas and associate degrees • a general academic curriculum of university-parallel courses meeting transfer requirements of the first two years of a baccalaureate degree • technical and occupational curricula designed to meet current and future workforce needs • community partnerships as an integral component in assessing and providing programs for cultural educational economic and civic development • a comprehensive program of transitional education • customized training to meet the changing needs of business and industry • adult and continuing education

112 113 114 115 116 117 143 141 150 151 130 140 145 170 175 101 150 110 105 introduction to biology and 3 introduction to biology lab or 1 biology i and 3 biology i lab or 1 biology ii and 3 biology ii lab or 1 zoology with laboratory or 4 botany with laboratory or 4 principles of biology i and 3 principles of biology lab i 2 introductory general and biological chemistry or 4 introductory general chemistry and 3 introductory general chemistry lab or 1 general college chemistry i and 3 general college chemistry lab i 1 the economics of food and agriculture 3 college algebra or 3 applied mathematics or 3 mathematics for business 3 heritage/humanities 3 electives 5 total credits 66-67 air conditioning technology installing and servicing heating air conditioning and refrigeration equipment is the focus of this program academic courses theory courses and laboratory experiences are designed to promote success in the air conditioning field students

construction technology diploma the construction technology program is designed to prepare students for entry level positions in the construction industry residential and light commercial construction applications are taught this program includes instructional units in blueprint reading building site layout procedures foundation systems light framing construction methods exterior and interior finish systems concrete forming systems and construction safety units of instruction are designed to include lecture and practical experience in the lab or on-site projects this program also offers an excellent prerequisite for students that plan to pursue a career in areas such as construction management civil engineering or architectural design progression in the construction technology program is contingent upon achievement of a grade of “c” or better in each technical and mathematics course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale associate

interactive design technical courses iet iet iet iet iet iet iet iet iet iet iet 102 104 107 108 109 110 120 201 203 205 206 computer/digital literacy 3 preventive maintenance 2 blueprint reading/schematics 2 basic electricity/electronics 3 mechanical drive systems 5 safety 3 welding and fabrication 4 machine tool operations 4 electrohydraulics/pneumatics 6 programmable logic controllers 5 robot maintenance 4 controls and instrumentation 5 subtotal 46 total credits area 2 mat 126 students will need to achieve a “c” or better in each class to remain in the program certificate 64 diploma area 1 the interactive design technology program prepares students for present and future employment in expanding fields of interactive advertising/marketing and animation employers of these graduates include advertising agencies marketing companies in-house agencies movie studios production companies and game developers integrated engineering technology 1442014019

offered at jfc technical or support courses vcc vca vcc vca vca vcc vcc vcc vcc vcc vcc 100 102 105 106 108 110 220 230 200 210 166 introduction to visual communication 3 fundamentals of drawing i 3 fundamentals of typographic design 3 creative typographic design or 3 color theory applications 3 two dimensional design 3 computer page layout or 3 advanced computer page design 3 computer illustration i or 3 computer illustration ii 3 digital imaging 3 computer/digital literacy 0-3 total credits for layout artist certificate 24-27 multimedia certificate in communication arts 5004063039 offered at jfc technical or support courses cis 100 vca vca vcm vcc vcm 170 161 115 166 220 introduction to computers or any computer/digital literacy 3 advertising design i 3 commercial photography ii 2-d animation 3 digital imaging 3 webpage design 3 total credits for mm certificate in commercial art 18 associate in applied science design technology – 5004097019

course id 005224 game development using the java programming language two dimensional game creating for both single user and multi-user games server administration including controlling player communication prerequisite cis 149 or consent of instructor lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture cis 252 3 c/c programming ii course id 000270 a continuation of cis 155 file manipulation sending output to printers using network connections using threads and the development of event-driven applications by the use of object-oriented techniques prerequisite cis 155 or consent of instructor lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture cis 255 4 c game development i course id 005466 explores game development using the c programming language creates 2-dimensional games for both single user and multi-user environments explores server administration including controlling player communication prerequisite cis 155 or consent of instructor lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours

gen 1753 0.4 business basics course id 006597 presents basic business math and communication skills for the workplace lecture 0.4 credits 6.0 contact hours components lecture diverse teams and social respect pre-requisite ge 2251 or consent of instructor lecture 0.4 credits 6 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules gen 1754 0.4 customer service course id 006598 gen 2258 0.3 self-directed learning gen 1755 1 workplace transitions course id 006599 presents basic approaches for effective customer service skills lecture 0.4 credits 6.0 contact hours components lecture presents employment and life skills including social interaction through workplace diversity problem solving working in teams business procedures and performance processes lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture gen 1756 0.4 workplace skills course id 006600 gen 2251 0.4 acquiring digital skills course id 006602 explains the importance of lifelong learning flexibility

ngt 205 2 course id 005031 monitoring cathodic protection systems provides information and procedures related to corrosion and the processes and procedures basic to corrosion control lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 30 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes course also offered in modules ngt 210 3 course id 005032 troubleshooting cathodic protection rectifiers presents the electrical circuits basic to protection current rectifiers lecture 2 credit 30 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 30 contact hours components laboratory lecture a ttributes course also offered in modules ngt 220 3 course id 005033 identifying principles and performing operations basic to gas measurement presents the electrical circuits basic to protection current rectifiers lecture 2 credits 30 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 30 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes course also offered in modules ngt 230 3 course id 005034 inspecting and maintaining gas

appendix a determination of residency status for admission and tuition purposes person is physically present most of the time for a noneducational purpose in accordance with section 3 of this administrative regulation 16 “student financial aid” means all forms of payments to a student if one 1 condition of receiving the payment is the enrollment of the student at an institution and includes student employment by the institution or a graduate assistantship 17 “sustenance” means living expenses including room board maintenance transportation and educational expenses including tuition fees books and supplies section 2 scope 1 state-supported postsecondary education institutions were established and are maintained by the commonwealth of kentucky primarily for the benefit of qualified residents of kentucky the substantial commitment of public resources to postsecondary education is predicated on the proposition that the state benefits significantly from the

introduction compliance with regulations the kentucky community and technical college system compliance with regulations the kentucky community and technical college system is committed to a policy of providing educational opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate based on race color religion sex marital status beliefs age national origin sexual orientation or physical or mental disability compliance with title ix of the educational amendments of 1972 which prohibits sex discrimination and with title vi of the civil rights act of 1964 is coordinated by the director of employment affirmative action and equal opportunity kentucky community and technical college system 300 north main street versailles ky 40383 859 256-3100 efforts to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to people with disabilities as required by section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973 and the americans with disabilities act of 1990 are