Academic Services 2011/2012 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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southeast kentucky community and technical college morehead state university transfer services transfer assistance center cumberland campus newman hall middlesboro campus administration building whitesburg campus allied health building harlan campus administration building transfer contact ron brunty college counselor southeast kentucky community and technical college 2 long avenue whitesburg ky 41858 606 589-3320 888 274-7322 ron.brunty@kctcs.edu joe sutton counselor southeast kentucky community and technical college 1300 chichester ave middlesboro ky   40965 606 248-0768 joe.sutton@kctcs.edu brad bennington transfer coordinator 606 783-2008 b.bennington@morehead-st.edu jen crisp senior enrollment services counselor 606 783-5421 j.crisp@morehead-st.edu west kentucky community and technical college prim wathen associate director of admissions 859 257-7265 primwathen@uky.edu public university transfer contacts eastern kentucky university keith grob office of admissions 859

students may receive credit for learning experiences in industry business and government as recommended by the american council on education ace the recommendations for awarding credit appear in the national guide to educational credit for training programs published by the ace articulation agreements articulation agreements provide a mechanism to accept and award credit for courses that will transfer toward a credential articulation agreements specify the terms and conditions for courses taken at other institutions that will apply to a kctcs credential and/or the terms and conditions for courses taken at kctcs that will apply to credentials or degree programs at other institutions in either case the award of applicable credit to the credential is subject to the specific terms of each agreement guide to educational credit by exam –cps/cap recommendations part i – office systems technology computer concepts– 3 credits computer information systems– 3

guidelines for clep general examinations clep subject examination scaled score to earn credit equivalent course credit hours 50-69 fre 201 3 70 or above fre 201 202 6 50-69 ger 201 3 70 or above ger 201 202 6 foreign languages college level french language college level german language college level spanish language history and social sciences american government history of the united states i history of the united states ii introductory psychology principles of macroeconomics principles of microeconomics introductory sociology western civilization i ancient near east to 1648 western civilization ii 1648 to the present science and mathematics calculus i general biology general chemistry business principles of accounting 50-54 spa 102 201 7 55 or above spa 102 201 202 10 50 or above 60 60 50 50 50 50 60 60 pol 101 his 108 his 109 psy 110 eco 202 eco 201 soc 101 his 104 his 105 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 50 55-59 ma 113 bio 103 4 3 60-64 bio 102 bio 112 6 65-80 bio 150 152 6 55 or above che 170

the student is enrolled an audited class may be taken for credit at a later date anyone who desires to audit a class must be admitted to the college and officially registered for the course i means that part of the work of the course remains unfinished it shall be given only when there is a reasonable possibility that a passing grade will result from completion of the work the instructor and student will discuss the requirements for completion of course with the time limit for completion not to exceed a maximum of one year failure to do so will result in an automatic change of grade from i to e each college shall maintain a record of incomplete grades recorded in courses of that college this record completed by the instructor at the time the i grade is reported shall include 1 the name and number of the student 2 the course number and hours of credit 3 semester or session and year of enrollment 4 signature of the instructor 5 a brief statement of the reasons for recording the

any student with more than two exams scheduled on one day as described in the college’s final exam schedule shall be entitled to have one of those exams rescheduled the student must submit a petition for rescheduling in writing to the instructor no later than one week prior to the last class meeting dean’s list the dean’s list recognizes the academic excellence of students who have earned an overall semester gpa of 3.5 or higher in courses numbered 100 or above honorary certificates of merit are generally awarded to students who have achieved this distinction academic bankruptcy readmission after two or more years a student who has been readmitted after having remained out of the kctcs colleges for a period of two or more years and who has completed at least 12 credit hours in college-level courses with a gpa of 2.0 or better after readmission may choose to have none of the course work attempted in the colleges prior to the interruption included in the computation

diploma foundation skills a diploma program is designed to prepare students for technical employment within a one to two-year period 36-60 credit hours the total number of credit hours for the diploma must not exceed those required for a degree in the same program of study a prescribed program of technical and general education courses is designed to prepare students for a specific job title diploma programs provide preparation for a specific occupation credit toward an associate degree and continued training opportunities for certificate program graduates the diploma program contains general education courses emphasizing the skills identified in the scans secretary’s commission on achieving necessary skills report that are critical to entry-level workforce success for persons prepared at the diploma level basic skills reading writing arithmetic and mathematics listening and speaking 1 diplomas will address appropriate general education competencies 2 diploma curricula will be

customized industry training at the request of business and industry community and economic development coordinators ced assist in the development and implementation of customized training for prospective and current employees a specialized training agreement is developed that specifies the duties and responsibilities of the college and the company and may include the awarding of college credit contact the ced coordinator at the local college fire/rescue training the fire/rescue science technology program will prepare you for the challenges facing today’s emergency responders in the program you will learn the skills of fire suppression and prevention technical rescue hazardous materials emergency medical care and leadership.  this program is beneficial whether you are seeking a career in emergency services fire, rescue ems or emergency management or if you are already involved in providing fire rescue or ems services in your community students may

other training options in addition to full-time programs kctcs colleges provide short-term training courses to meet specific labor force needs and demands contact the local college for a list of short-term training programs and schedules general education requirements competencies will be met at the level appropriate to the credential a general education core curriculum will enable kctcs colleges to graduate men and women who are intellectually flexible articulate reflective creative and prepared for continuous learning for all students this implies some understanding of the value of higher education and the world of work and career fields related to their own abilities interests and needs the general education core competencies will enable students to develop their own values pursue goals and contribute to the political moral social and cultural enrichment of society general education competencies i communicate effectively 1 read and listen with comprehension 2 speak and write

1 a student may not receive credit for both ant 130 and rs 130 2 may be used to fulfill either social interaction or humanities competency but may not be used to fulfill both general education categories 3 course will no longer count as a general education requirement if taken after fall 2010 heritage diploma aas aa as afa flk 276 introduction to folk studies 3 his 101 world civilization i 3 his 102 world civilization ii 3 his 104 a history of europe through the mid-seventeenth century 3 his 105 a history of europe from the mid-seventeenth century to the present 3 his 106 western culture science and technology i 3 his 107 western culture science and technology ii 3 his 108 history of the u.s through 1865 3 his 109 history of the u.s since 1865 3 his 120 the world at war 1939-45 3 his 202 history of british people to the restoration 3 his 203 history of british people since the restoration 3 his 206 history of colonial latin america 3 his 207 history of modern latin

rel 121 introduction to the new testament 3 rel 130 introduction to comparative religion 3 tha 101 introduction to theatre principles and practices 3 tha 200 introduction to dramatic literature 3 tha 283 american theatre 3 wgs 201 introduction to women’s and gender studies in the arts and humanities 3 1 a student may not receive credit for both ant 130 and rs 130 2 may be used to fulfill either social interaction or humanities competency but may not be used to fulfill both general education categories foreign languages aas aa as afa asl 101 american sign language i 3 asl 102 american sign language ii 3 asl 201 american sign language iii 3 asl 202 american sign language iv 3 fre101 elementary french i 4 fre 102 elementary french ii 4 fre 201 intermediate french i 3 fre 202 intermediate french ii 3 ger 101 elementary german i 4 ger 102 elementary german ii 4 ger 201 intermediate german i 3 ger 202 intermediate german ii 3 jpn 101 beginning japanese i 4 jpn 102

course transitions lower division university courses that fulfill general education requirements ana 209 biol 110 bio 216 che 253 cs 115 cs 215 cs 216 cs 275 his 110 itp 115 lead 200 ma 109 ma 110 ma 111 ma 112 ma 113 ma 114 ma123 ma162 ma 193 ma 194 ma 201 ma 202 ma 213 ma 214 ma 241 mat 201 mse 201 muc 175 muc 190 mup 114 mup 214 mus 106 muse 222 pgy 206 spa 151 sta 200 sta 291 principles of human anatomy uk inquiry biology for teachers morehead biological inquiry and analysis murray materials science ul introduction to computer programming uk introduction to program design abstraction and problem solving uk introduction to software engineering uk discrete mathematics uk special topics history for study abroad murray heritage and culture of deaf  people eku introduction to leadership studies wku college algebra uk algebra and trigonometry for calculus uk introduction to contemporary mathematics uk trigonometry uk calculus i uk calculus ii uk elementary calculus and its