Academic Services 2012-2013 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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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 beginning japanese ii 4 rae 150 elementary chinese i 4 rae 151 elementary chinese ii 4 sed 101 sign language i 3 sed 102 sign language ii 3 sed 203 sign language iii 3 sed 204 sign language iv 3 spa 101 elementary spanish i spoken approach 4 spa 102 elementary spanish ii spoken approach 4 spa 201 intermediate spanish i 3 spa 202 intermediate spanish ii 3 other degree and/or credential requirements cultural studies courses cultural studies is defined as a course in which the major thrust is the study of one or more non-traditional and/or underrepresented cultures that are traditionally excluded from or marginalized in mainstream american curriculum cultural studies courses demonstrate a cultural emphasis in their course descriptions for completion of the aa/as degree students must complete at least one cultural studies course social and behavioral sciences heritage humanities 74 ant 130/rel130 introduction to comparative religion ant 160 cultural diversity in the modern world ant 220 introduction to cultural anthropology ant 221 native people of north america ant 235 food and culture ant 241 origins of old world civilizations ant 242 origins of new world civilizations com 254 introduction to intercultural communication eco 150 introduction to global economics geo 152 regional geography of the world geo 160 lands and peoples of the non-western world hum 135 introduction to native american literature hum 202 survey of appalachian studies i hum 203 survey of appalachian studies ii hum 204 appalachian seminar pol 212 culture and politics in the third world pol 235 world politics rae 120 introduction to chinese culture rel 101 introduction to religious studies soc 235 inequality in society spa 115 hispanic culture country or region wgs 200 introduction to women’s and gender studies in the social sciences his 101 world civilization i his 102 world civilization ii his 206 history of colonial latin america his 207 history of modern latin america 1810 to present his 247 history of islam and middle eastern peoples 500-1250 his 248 history of islam and middle eastern peoples 1250 to the present his 254 history of sub-saharan africa his 260 african american history to 1865 his 261 african american history 1865 present his 265 history of women in america his 295 east asia to 1800 his 296 history of asia ii art 104 introduction to african art eng 135 greek and roman mythology in translation eng 233 literature and identity eng 234 introduction to women’s literature eng 264 major black writers eng 282/hum 282 international film studies hum 121 peace studies hum 135 introduction to native american literature hum 140 introduction to latino literature hum 150 introduction to african literature hum 202 survey of appalachian studies i hum 203 survey of appalachian studies ii hum 204 appalachian seminar hum 230 contemporary japanese literature and culture in translation hum 250 appalachian literature survey hum 251 contemporary appalachian literature mu 101 folk and traditional music of the western continents mus 104 introduction to jazz history mus 208 world music rel101 introduction to religion rel 130 introduction to comparative religion wgs 201 introduction to women’s and gender studies in the arts and humanities foreign languages fre 101 elementary french i fre102 elementary french ii fre 201 intermediate french i fre 202 intermediate french ii ger 101 elementary german i ger 102 elementary german ii ger 201 intermediate german i ger 202 intermediate german ii jpn 101 beginning japanese i jpn 102 beginning japanese ii rae 150 elementary chinese i rae 151 elementary chinese ii sed 101 sign language i sed 102 sign language ii sed 203 sign language iii sed 204 sign language iv spa 101 elem spanish i spa 102 elementary spanish ii spa 201 intermediate spanish i spa 202 intermediate spanish ii listed under more than one category and/or with a different prefix may not be counted in more than one general education category computer/digital literacy revision pending diploma it 100 computer literacy 3 cit 105 introduction to computing 3 any computer literacy course approved for the aas aa or as aas it 100 computer literacy 3 cis 100 introduction to computers 3 ost 105 introduction to information systems 3 cit 105 introduction to computing 3 any computer literacy course approved for the aa or as aa as afa cis 100 introduction to computers 3 ost 105 introduction to information systems 3 cit 105 introduction to computing 3 the computer literacy courses listed above will be retained through summer 2013 term to give curriculum committees time for courses to be re-evaluated for digital literacy content through the kctcs course approval process all courses must align with the new standards as defined below courses that fail to meet the new standards or are not resubmitted will be removed from the list for fall 2013 computer literacy also referred to as digital literacy is a topic both broad in its scope and deep in its detail as a consequence of this kctcs has adopted current internet and computing core certification ic3 objectives to define digital literacy emphasizing in particular the three identified broad categories of computing fundamentals key applications and living on-line a complete listing of the ic3 objectives may be found at http www.certiport.com/portal/desktopdefault.aspx?page=common/pagelibrary ic3_certifications.html all aa as afa aas and diploma students graduating from kctcs must demonstrate digital literacy by one of the following means within five years preceding their current admission to a kctcs college: