2015-2016 KCTCS Catalog by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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cosmetology 128 criminal justice 129 culinary arts 131 dental hygiene 133 dental assisting/dental hygiene integrated program 133 diagnostic medical sonography 134 diesel technology 136 digital game and simulation design 139 education 139 emergency medical services paramedic 140 energy management 141 energy systems 142 energy technologies 142 engineering and electronics technology 143 environmental science technology 149 environmental technology 149 equine studies 150 financial and customer services 152 fire/rescue science technology 152 funeral service 154 general occupational/technical studies 155 geographic information systems technology 155 global studies 156 health and wellness technology 156 health care foundations 157 health care informatics 157 health education 157 health information technology 158 health physics 158 health science technology 159 healthcare facilities leadership 159 heavy equipment operation 160 historic information management 160 historic preservation

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

sustainable agriculture – 0103013029 agr agr bas agr agr agr agr agr bas offered at hec 140 260 160 250 240 125 160 270 282 issues in agriculture 3 introduction to sustainable agriculture 3 introduction to business 3 introduction to plants and crop production 3 animal science 3 introduction to fertilizers and soils 3 horticulture science 3 introduction to organic agriculture 3 principles of marketing 3 total credits 27 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 the boiler maintenance certificate is designed to complement our associate in applied science aas and diploma for students enrolled in air conditioning technology program installing initial start-up and servicing commercial boilers used in hvac applications is the focus of this certificate theory

brx car car car car car 120 150 151 198 240 241 basic blueprint reading 3 construction formwork 3 construction formwork lab 2 special topics in construction 1 6 light frame construction iv 3 light frame const iv-lab 2 finish carpenter 4602014029 offered at jfc general education requirements 6-9 credit hours area 1 area 2 written communication oral communications or humanities/heritage 3 social/behavioral sciences natural sciences or quantitative reasoning 3 subtotal 6 note wpp 200 or efm 100 may be taken for 3 credit hours of social/behavioral sciences to meet the diploma general education requirements technical requirements inf 105 inf 111 inf 115 inf 121 inf 125 inf 131 inf 205 inf 211 inf 220 inf 298 car 299 digital literacy course or demonstrated competency 0-3 introduction to painting 2 advanced painting 2 introduction to wall covering 2 advanced wall covering 2 introduction to drywall 2 advanced drywall 2 introduction to acoustical carpentry 3 advanced

locomotive technology early childhood administrator 1907093059 offered at asc blc bsc elc gtw hec hpc hzc jfc mdc myc owc smc,wkc option one course work required iec iec iec bas iec 101 102 240 200 230 orientation to early childhood education 3 foundations of early childhood education 3 administration of early childhood education 3 small business management or 3 business administration of ece programs 3 total credits 12 option two with a current cda articulated credit for iec 101 and iec 102 required iec bas iec 240 200 230 administration of early childhood education 3 small business management or 3 business administration of ece programs 3 option three with life skills portfolio to replace competencies for iec 101 and iec 102 required iec bas iec 240 200 230 administration of early childhood education 3 small business management or 3 business administration of ece programs 3 life skills is defined as a total of five years 10,000 hours of paid full-time work experience in

required technical core vcc 100 vca 102 art 110 vcc 105 vca 108 vcc 110 vcc 115 vcc 125 vcc 166 vca 280 coe 199 vcc 298 vcc 297 digital literacy 0-3 introduction to visual communication 3 fundamentals of drawing or 3 drawing i 3 fundamentals of typography 3 digital color theory 3 graphic design concepts 3 strategic concepts 3 introduction to computer graphics 3 photoshop basics or 3 approved technical elective 3 professional portfolio development 3 cooperative education or 3 practicum or 3 internship 3 subtotal 30-33 art 110 vcc 105 vca 108 vcc 110 vcc 115 vcc 125 vcc 166 vca 280 coe 199 vcc 298 vcc 297 vcc 260 vca 240 vca 250 vca 255 graphic design track – 500409701 vcc 260 vca 240 vca 250 vca 255 total credits for graphic design diploma offered at bsc publication design or 3 approved technical elective 3 package design 3 advertising design 3 corporate design 3 approved technical electives 6 subtotal 18 total credit hours for aas graphic design track 63-66

course id 007296 provides an introduction to virtualization technologies including the architecture its applications and best practices utilizes vmware esxi servers for creation and management of virtual machines virtual switches and storage architectures including distributed resource scheduling high availability and fault tolerance satisfies the vmware certified professional vcp course requirement pre-requisite cit 167 and cit 214 or cit 217 or consent of instructor lecture/lab 3.0 credits 60 contact hours components lecture attributes technical cit 2053 course id 007297 cloud infrastructure and services provides a comprehensive introduction to cloud computing deployment and service models cloud infrastructure and the key considerations in migrating to cloud computing examines the required technology essentials across all domains including server storage networking applications and databases to help develop a strong understanding of virtualization and cloud computing technologies

hfl 1102 course id 015594 introduction to healthcare industry introduces students to the healthcare industry by examining healthcare reporting relationships organizational structures personnel facility types department configurations terminology regulatory environment and accreditation process the course will also examine industry shifts related to an aging population and healthcare law changes the student will have a clearer understanding of how to navigate the healthcare industry based on size and complexity lecture 2.0 credits 30 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hfl 1202 course id 015663 infection control and prevention examines the historical and evolving infection control complexities from both a clinical and physical environment perspective reviews changes the industry has taken to address this growing healthcare industry challenge studies how the physical environment and engineering practices during construction and maintenance impact infection control

course id 006486 ngt 19051 inspecting pipe welds course id 006487 presents materials and procedures for repairing cast iron pipe emphasizes protection of cast iron pipe while excavating lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents duties and responsibilities basic to the practice of inspecting pipe welds emphasizes the identification and evaluation of weld defects lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours lab 0.5 credits 15 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 20010.75 tapping/stopping pipelines course id 006488 presents techniques used to safely tap and stop pipelines under pressure lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.50 credits 15 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 20020.75 pipeline pigging course id 006489 presents techniques basic to pigging pipelines lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.50 credits 15 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 20030.75 purging

appendix b math course transitions crosswalk – mathematics new courses dropped mat 159 analytical geometry and trigonometry dropped mat 154 trigonometry mat 174 calculus i mat 184 calculus ii dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped dropped mat 100 college algebra workshop mat 105 business mathematics mat 110 applied mathematics mat 1101 logic and reasoning mat 1102 statistics mat 1103 algebra and graphing mat 1104 consumer math geometry and measurement mat 116 technical mathematics mat 126 technical algebra and trigonometry dropped mat 146 contemporary college mathematics mat 150 college algebra mat 155 trigonometry mat 160 precalculus mat 165 finite mathematics and its applications mat 170 brief calculus with applications mat 175 calculus i mat 185 calculus ii mat 205 mathematics for elementary and middle school teachers i mat 206 mathematics for elementary