2017-18 KCTCS Catalog by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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history and functions of kctcs the kentucky community and technical college system kctcs was created by the 1997 kentucky postsecondary education improvement act to help improve access to higher education for all kentuckians the 16 colleges of kctcs have more than 70 campuses strategically located across the commonwealth — from ashland to paducah and from covington to bowling green — all within a 30-minute drive of 95 percent of all kentuckians students can earn three types of credentials — certificates diplomas and associate degrees including associate in arts associate in science and associate in applied science we offer more than 700 career-related programs high wage fields additionally kctcs is the largest provider of online learning in the state offering more than 77 online programs our programs target high growth industry sectors such as healthcare manufacturing energy it/business and transportation/logistics some programs in these fields can be completed in

international students some kctcs colleges are authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant students consult the admission office of your college for details readmission after two or more years academic bankruptcy a student who has been readmitted after having remained out of a kctcs college for a period of two or more years and who has completed at least 12 credit hours in college-level courses with a grade point average of 2.0 or better after readmission may choose to have his/her previous kctcs course work removed from the computation of the grade point average this procedure is commonly called “academic bankruptcy.” a student who declares academic bankruptcy will continue to receive credit for those courses in which a grade of a b c d or p was earned prior to readmission without including those grades in the gpa computation a student who has completed a credential and re-enrolls may not apply the academic bankruptcy rule to courses taken for the credential

eco 101 contemporary economic issues recommended 3 heritage/humanities 3 com 252 introduction to interpersonal communication 3 subtotal 19 apt apt ees 144 146 101 technical core courses phs 175 phy 171 sfa 101 apt 102 apt 104 apt 106 apt 108 apt 202 apt 204 apt 251 apt 291 ees 101 digital literacy course 3 applied physics recommended or 6 applied physics 4 osha health and environmental safety 3 process fundamentals 4 rotating reciprocating equipment 3 process chemistry 2 stationary equipment 2 federally mandated training 3 safety skills training 1 application of process operations or 2 special problems in apt 2-3 basic electronics 2 subtotal 29-32 chemical/refinery operator track 410301701 apt 142 apt 144 apt 146 apt 148 industrial worker 1507013019 sfa 101 total 60-63 power plant operator track 410301702 offered at asc jfc apt 142 instrumentation 4 apt 154 power plant practice 6 apt 156 power plant protection 2 subtotal 12 apt 158 apt 159 eet 150 eet 151 apt

certificates track electives choose 6 credit hours from the following courses crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj crj 108 201 208 218 219 220 224 225 230 277 279 290 299 advanced firearms and less than lethal weapons 4 introduction to criminalistics 3 delinquency and the juvenile justice system 3 police supervision 3 police recruit defensive tactics 4 introduction to computer forensics 3 basic traffic collision investigation 4 driving and traffic enforcement for law enforcement 4 criminal justice courtroom procedures 3 introduction to criminology 3 terrorism and political violence 3 internship in criminal justice 3 selected topics in criminal justice 1-3 subtotal 9 technical elective 0-3 subtotal 0-3 total credits 61-64 corrections track 430103703 offered at asc blc elc gtw hpc hzc jfc mdc myc owc sec smc wkc required crj 102 introduction to corrections 3 subtotal 3 track electives choose 6 credit hours from the following courses crj crj crj crj crj crj crj

associate in applied science industrial maintenance technology 4703037019 offered at asc bsc blc elc gtw hec hpc jfc myc owc sky smc wkc general education core eng 101 mat 116 writing i 3 technical mathematics or higher 3 natural sciences 3 heritage/humanities 3 social/behavioral sciences 3 oral communications 3 subtotal 18 industrial maintenance track 470303701 offered at asc bsc blc elc gtw hec hpc jfc sky smc,wkc technical core brx 110 brx 120 elt 102 fpx 100 fpx 101 elt 265 imt 110 imt 111 elt 110 eet 119 imt 150 imt 151 imt 220 imt 221 eet 270 eet 271 elt 244 imt 120 imt 121 eet 264 eet 265 imt 100 imt 101 wld 120 wld 121 wld 140 wld 141 wld 152 imt 289 digital literacy 3 basic blueprint reading for machinist or 2 basic blueprint reading or 3 blueprint reading 2 fluid power and 3 fluid power lab or 2 applied fluid power 3 industrial maintenance electrical principles and 3 industrial maintenance electrical principles lab or 2 circuits i or 5 basic electricity 5

women’s and gender studies the women’s and gender studies certificate program provides an interdisciplinary approach that engages students win exploring and understanding historical and contemporary social issues with a focus on gender the courses will require students to read write and think critically about such issues as identity sexuality the media family violence health care employment/discrimination political structures the intersection of gender race and poverty and the representation and participation of women on the world stage in artistic and socio-political spheres certificate women’s and gender studies – 0502073019 wgs 200 wgs 201 his 266 his 267 his 265 offered at jfc introduction to women’s and gender studies in the social sciences or 3 introduction to women’s and gender studies in the arts and humanities 3 history of american women to 1920 or 3 history of american women from 1920 or 3 history of women in america 3 electives

cit 18030.8 network security course id:007019 introduces basic network security concepts and methodologies including application data and host security access control and identity management prerequisite cit 1802 or consent of instructor lecture 0.8 credits 12 contact hours components lecture cit 18040.6 cryptography course id:007020 cit 20921 single and multi-area ospf course id:016596 covers advanced single-area ospf and multi-area ospf operation and configuration in both ipv4 and ipv6networks pre-requisite cit 2091 lecture 1.0 credits 15 contact hours components lecture cit 20931 eigrp course id:016597 introduces cryptography tools and management of keys and certificates pre-requisite cit 1803 or consent ofinstructor lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture covers the operation and configuration of eigrp in both ipv4 and ipv6 networks pre-requisite cit 2092 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credits 15 contact hours components lecture cit 18210.8 security

him 2543 course id:004316 records reproduction imaging systems this course provides in-depth analysis of information reproduction systems for the management preservation and access of records students will master the appropriate use of a variety of image reproduction formats quality control standards associated with each format and the cost/benefit considerations appropriate for each image reproduction format pre-requisite him 106 components lecture attributes technical his history his 1013 world civilization i course id:004493 his 1023 world civilization ii course id:004675 presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from ancient to medieval times lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and humanities presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and contemporary global issues from 1600 to the present lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes cultural studies ah arts and

measurements gas flow rate measurements and heating values,venting and ventilation requirements for proper burning of natural gas and comparing fuel costs components lecture 7.50 contact hours components lecture ngt 10060.5 records compliance reports presents basic facts about natural gas and natural gas leaks with emphasis on responding to gas leak and odorcalls lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture course id:006451 focuses on u.s department of transportation reporting requirements reading maps of natural gas systems andpreparing field sketches lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture ngt 11011.25 controlling/preventing fires course id:006452 introduces factors related to the fire extinguishing process ways to prevent gas fires and ways toextinguish natural gas fires lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 1.0 credits 30 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 11020.75 safe working

10 an institution shall impose a penalty or sanction against a student who gives incorrect or misleading information to an institutional official including payment of nonresident tuition for each academic term for which resident tuition was assessed based on an improper determination of residency status the penalty or sanction may also include a student discipline by the institution through a policy written and disseminated to students or b criminal prosecution section 4 presumptions regarding residency status 1 in making a determination of residency status it shall be presumed that a person is a nonresident if a a person is or seeks to be an undergraduate student and admissions records show the student to be a graduate of an out-of-state high school within five 5 years prior to a request for a determination of residency status b a person’s admissions records indicate the student’s residence to be outside of kentucky at the time of application for admission c a person

visual art 215 visual communication 205 visual communication communication arts technology 205 visual communication design technology 206 visual communication multimedia 208 visual communication printing 210 visual communication visual arts 211 voice and data wiring installer level i 4603023099 171 voice and data wiring installer level ii 4603023109 171 voice and data wiring technician 4603023119 171 volumetric medical imaging 5109113019 211 volumetric medical imaging 211 w waste processing attendant 1505073029 149 wastewater treatment plant attendant 1505073039 149 wastewater treatment plant operator 1505073049 149 water treatment plant attendant 1505073059 149 water treatment plant operator 1505073069 150 web administration 1101013449 122 web design 1003043039 210 424 web design – 1108013039 164 web design track 100304402 209 web design track 100304702 208 web design track– 110801703 163 web programming 1101013439 122 webpage