2016-17 KCTCS Catalog by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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his 2473 course id 000651 history of islam and middle east peoples 500-1250 a.d surveys the origins and development of the islamic civilization from the time of the prophet muhammad to 1250 with special emphasis on the role of the arab iranian and turkic peoples components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2483 course id 000654 history of islam and middle east peoples 1250 to the present surveys the religion and institutions of the islamic world in the middle east with emphasis on the mongol ottoman safavid and qajar empires includes the demise of these empires the response of the middle east peoples to european imperialism and the development of the middle east since 1250 components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2543 history of sub-saharan africa course id 000670 surveys the major social religious cultural economic and political trends in sub-saharan african history since the 16th century includes the impact of the atlantic slave trade european imperialism and 20th century wars on sub-saharan africa components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2603 course id 000680 african american history to 1865 studies the african american experience through the civil war examines african heritage slavery and growth of african american institutions components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2613 course id 000693 african-american history 1865 present examines the african american experience from reconstruction to the present with emphases on the rise of segregation the civil rights movement and race relations into the twenty-first century components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2653 history of women in america course id 000705 surveys the history of american women with particular emphasis on the mid-19th century to the present includes the major themes of family work social ideas about women and feminism prerequisite his 109 or consent of instructor components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2663 course id 005481 history of american women to 1920 emphasizes the fight for women’s suffrage to 1920 includes amerindian women immigrant women the changing nature of the family and work and societal ideas about women lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes other his 2673 course id 005482 history of american women from 1920 emphasizes equal rights and the civil rights movements includes the rejection of feminism in the 1920s and 1970s the changing nature of the family and work and societal ideas about women lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical his 2713 medieval europe course id 005262 surveys european history from the fourth century through the fifteenth century lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours prerequisite sophomore standing components lecture attributes ah arts and humanities 302 his 2953 east asia to 1800 course id 000749 his 2963 history of asia ii course id 000753 presents a survey of chinese japanese and korean history from the earliest times to 1800 emphasizes political economic social and intellectual developments components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities surveys the major civilizations of asia focuses on the key political social and cultural developments of the major peoples from the beginnings of western influence in asia to the present prerequisite sophomore standing or consent of instructor lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities his 2991 3 course id 005221 instructor consent required special topics in history topic provides an in-depth study of a selected topic/area in history lecture 1-3 credits 15-45 contact hours prerequisite sophomore standing or consent of instructor components lecture attributes other his 10111 early civilizations course id 016360 his 10121 ancient empires and cultures course id 016361 presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from the birth of civilization to the roman republic lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from the roman republic to the rise of islam prerequisite his 1011 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture his 10131 rise of the modern world course id 016362 presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from the rise of islam through the renaissance pre-requisite his 1011 and his 1012 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture his 10211 the modern world 1500-1750 course id 016363 his 10221 revolutions and imperialism course id 016364 presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from 1500 to 1750 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from 1750 to 1914 pre-requisite his 1021 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture his 10231 world wars and globalization course id 016365 his 10810.75 colonial america course id 006235 his 10820.75 the early nationalist period course id 006236 presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from 1914 to the present pre-requisite his 1021 and his 1022 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture examines key political economic and social topics from the pre-colonial period through settlement and colonization that have significantly influenced the american experience lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture examines key political economic and social topics from the revolution through the early national period that have significantly influenced the american experience lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture his 10830.75 growth and prosperity course id 006237 his 10840.75 sectionalism and civil war course id 006238 examines key political economic and social topics during the antebellum period that have significantly influenced the american experience lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture examines key political economic and social topics from sectional conflict through the civil war that have significantly influenced the american experience lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture his 10910.75 course id 006239 history of the united states through the gilded age examines key political economic and social topics from reconstruction through the gilded age that have significantly influenced the american experience lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture his 10920.75 course id 006240 history of the united states from imperialism through world war i examines key political economic and social topics from the progressive era through world i and the 1920s that have significantly influenced the american experience prerequisite his 1091 lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture his 10930.75 course id 006241 history of the united states from the twenties to the onset of the cold war examines key political economic and social topics from the depression and new deal through world ii that have significantly influenced the american experience prerequisite his 1092 lecture 0.75 credit 11.25 contact hours components lecture his 10940.75 course id 006242 history of the united states during the cold war to the present examines key political economic and social topics from the cold war and civil rights through the rise of conservatism that have significantly influenced the american experience prerequisite his 1093 lecture 0.75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture hit health information technology hit 1003 course id 004260 introduction to health information technology includes history organization financing and delivery of health care services within a variety of settings explores the roles of a health information professional an introduction to legal aspects of insurance billing and the role of the state insurance commission covers information on the generic components of the content structure collection maintenance and dissemination of health care data and how these components relate to record systems and documentation standards prerequisite admission to the health information technology program or medical record coding specialist certificate or release of information data specialist certificate or by special permission of the program coordinator and computer literacy pre-requisite or co-requisite bio 135 or bio 137 and cla 131 or ahs 115 or mit 103 minimum grade of c lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical