Course Descriptions 2012-2013 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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course id 000014 additional in-depth exposure to financial accounting procedures for classifying recording reporting and disclosure intended primarily for students enrolled in the accounting technology aas program and the accounting option in the business administration aas program prerequisite acc 201 or act 101 and act 102 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture act 290 1 3 course id 000015 instructor consent required selected topics in accounting topic this course is designed to expand course offerings as new technology is developed new issues evolve and or to address local accounting issues topics may vary from semester to semester at the discretion of the instructor courses may be repeated with different topics to a maximum of six credit hours lecture 1-3 hours prerequisite consent of instructor components lecture act 295 3 course id 000016 corporate and partnership taxation the study of federal and state tax laws applying to corporations partnerships and other

course id 005249 explains fundamentals of financial concepts and valuation corporate decisions with emphasis in financial instruments the banking system financial planning money and interest rates and capital structure and investments prerequisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture bas 294 3 course id 005250 money and financial institutions presents financial intermediaries and their markets from an economic standpoint emphasizes analysis of financial institutions and their relationship with the money market capital market federal reserve system monetary policy fiscal policy regulatory environment international financial influences and contemporary trends prerequisite bas 212 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture bas 295 3 international finance course id 005251 covers international finance and financial institutions including foreign exchange collections credit international financing

course id 004737 provides students with the skills necessary to understand and apply advanced networking concepts covers local area network lan switching virtual local area networks vlans advanced network design concepts advanced router configuration and advanced network management projects completes one of four courses that prepares students for the cisco certified network associate ccna certification exam prerequisite cit 160 or consent of instructor lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture campus blc cit 283 4 course id 004738 wide area network design and management provides students with the skills necessary to understand and apply advanced principles and applications in deploying networking hardware covers wan design wan connectivity protocols such as ppp isdn and frame relay as well as advanced network management projects completes the final of four courses that prepares students for the cisco certified network associate ccna certification exam prerequisite cit

dhp 222 3 special needs patients course id 005040 focuses on the specific oral health care needs of persons with a variety of medical disabling or mental conditions and provides for discussion of innovative approaches to serving populations with special oral health care needs emphasizes special pharmacological considerations and treatment modifications prerequisite dhp 130 and dhp 131 and dhp 135 and dhp 136 with a grade of ‘c’ or better lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture campus blc dhp 224 2 dental materials course id 004866 introduces the physical and chemical properties of dental materials and their application prerequisite dhp 130 and dhp 131 and dhp 135and dhp 136 with a grade of ‘c’ or better lecture 2.0 credits 30 contact hours components lecture campus blc dhp 226 2 periodontics ii course id 004867 provides for the continuation and expansion of the content of periodontics for the dental hygienist i emphasizes the role of the

esp 220 3 power plant thermodynamics course id 005495 introduces basic thermodynamic concepts and the applications of thermodynamics in a fossil-fueled power plant prerequisite phy 151 or higher lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture esp 280 3 capstone in energy systems course id 005496 serves as the capstone course for the energy systems program by integrating prior learning into a single integrated learning experience requires planning research and completion of both individual and teambased reports based on real-world problems or projects in the energy systems field prerequisite esp 213 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture est environmental science technology est 150 4 introductory ecology course id 004744 this course introduces the students to the basic concepts in ecology and application of those concepts to current environmental issues topics include the relationships between organisms and the environment factors that influence distribution

course id 005264 applies design principles and small business operations uses fresh and artificial floral products to create displays laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory hrt 210 4 landscape design course id 001545 introduces the basic principles and practices of landscape design including the use of drawing equipment topics include the creation of design symbols and the development of a client needs and site analysis plan emphasis is placed on the ability to read landscape drawings and install plants from the design plan lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture hrt 240 4 greenhouse management course id 001547 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture hum humanities hum 120 3 course id 000350 introduction to the humanities introduces students to at least five disciplines in the humanities such as art literature dance drama cinema philosophy music architecture religion and mythology explores distinctions and relationships between the

it 268 3 course id 004419 selected topics in geographical information systems selected topics in geographical information systems will be offered in this course topics may vary from semester to semester at the discretion of the instructor including topics such as but not limited to homeland security agriculture government applications remote sensing spatial modeling gps techniques or cartography course may be repeated with different topics to a maximum of six credit hours lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours prerequisite it 160 or consent of instructor components lecture it 270 3 course id 003817 database systems implementation management this course introduces the student to advanced topics in database design implementation and administration students will complete realistic database projects such as data warehousing web-enabled database access data import/export conversion tasks and implementing database access using two and three-tier architectures the projects will have

msy 235 3 course id 001663 special techniques in brick construction provides practice in constructing a variety of walls including arches prerequisite msy 205 with a grade of ‘c’ or higher or consent of instructor laboratory 3.0 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory msy 245 3 anchors and reinforcement course id 001664 presents different types of reinforcement used in masonry units such as installing wall ties and reinforcing wire tying intersecting walls with metal ties installing masonry anchor bolts setting and anchoring door and window frames and setting steel lintels and bearing plates covers the installation of dovetail ties to concrete setting preformed masonry lintels and laying of paving brick in a herringbone pattern prerequisite msy 105 with a grade of ‘c’ or higher or consent of instructor laboratory 3.0 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory msy 251 3 concrete finishing course id 001665 focuses on theory and techniques inherent

course id 006311 emphasizes nursing implications and the use of the nursing process in medication administration prerequisite admission to lpn to a.d.n bridge program bio 137 and bio 139 within ten years with a grade of c or better and mt 110 or mt 150 with a grade of c or better and psy 100 or py 110 and psy 223 and oral communications and eng 101 and nsg 1961 with a grade of c or better prerequisite or corequisite nsg 1962 with a grade of c or better if taken as a prerequisite lecture 0.2 credit 3 contact hours components lecture nsg 2162 0.2 nurse’s role in drug therapy course id 006312 focuses on classifications indications and effects of common drugs emphasizes nursing implications and the use of the nursing process in medication administration prerequisite nsg 2161 with a grade of c or better prerequisite or corequisite nsg 1964 with a grade of c or better if taken as a pre-requisite lecture 0.2 credit 3 contact hours components lecture nsg 2163 0.6 pharmacology

course id 004846 analyzes material previously studied in the program and prepares students for the national board for respiratory care examination addresses job seeking skills prerequisite rcp 200 and rcp210 and rcp 212 and rcp 225 with a grade of c or better or consent of instructor lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture rct realtime captioning technology rct 270 3 realtime vocabulary course id 004497 this course provides instruction in writing the spoken word with punctuation by means of a conflict-free reporting theory and principles as approved by ncra to provide instantaneous translation an in-depth study of vocabulary development and increased knowledge of terminology through dictation will be given the student will receive instructions on using a computer-aided realtime theory system and teacher interaction the student should also be able to take dictation at a minimum of 140 words per minute transcribed with 95 percent accuracy by the end of the semester