Course Descriptions 2013-14 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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act 102 3 fundamentals of accounting ii course id:000005 basic financial accounting concepts and methods are expanded to include accounting for partnerships and corporations lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours prerequisite act 101 components lecture act 177 3 entrepreneurial accounting course id:005238 includes issues and concerns that are vital to small and medium-size businesses lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules act 196 3 payroll accounting course id:000007 introduces the design and implementation of modern payroll systems lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules act 277 3 managerial accounting topics course id:000008 the study of the uses of accounting information in managerial planning and control of organizations prerequisite acc 202 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture act 279 3 course id:000010 computerized accounting systems accounting

bas 2903 1 course id:006105 the organization and its people examines the business leadership-government-society relationship including the challenges and issues in today’s workplace environment with an emphasis on moral choices faced by employees prerequisite bas 2902 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bex basic electricity bex 100 3 course id:001118 basic electricity for non-majors this course introduces non-majors to the basic physics of electricity students apply ohm’s law measure resistance voltage ohms watts and amps construct various types of electrical circuits select wire and fuse sizes and learn to troubleshoot an electric motor and coil corequisite bex 101 components lecture bex 101 2 course id:001119 basic electricity lab for non-majors this is a hands-on class designed to allow the student to use the concepts principles and theories covered in basic application electricity for non-majors bex 100 corequisite bex

course id:007031 cit 2134 0.6 os configurations and security course id:007032 provides concepts and skills for configuring printers security and the windows environment pre-requisite cit 2133 or consent of instructor lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture explains how to configure group policy settings to manage directory services such as users desktop environment software and security settings pre-requisite cit 2612 or consent of instructor lecture 0.75 credits 11.25 contact hours components lecture cit 2135 0.6 optimizing windows os course id:007033 cit 2614 0.75 course id:007102 directory management services provides concepts and skills for configuring disks file systems and file resources in microsoft windows client and server operating systems environment pre-requisite cit 2132 or consent of instructor lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture provides concepts and skills for optimizing performance in the windows environment including mobile

surveys both traditional and modern literature for children and adolescents emphasizes selection evaluation storytelling and the use of media to meet the literary needs and interests of children from preschool through middle school requires fifteen hours of field observation prerequisite eng 102 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture edu 270 3 elementary school literature course id:004551 surveys traditional and modern literature for elementary school children emphasizes selection evaluation storytelling and use of media to meet the literary needs and interests of children requires a minimum of 15 clock hours of field observation in an approved educational setting prerequisite eng 102 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture edu 280 3 education externship/co-op course id:004446 provides a capstone experience for the aas degree in education designed to integrate program competencies and curriculum to create a cumulative portfolio to demonstrate

fns 255 1 embalming practicum course id:006958 provides practical experience in embalming and funeral directing in a mortuary or funeral home environment under the supervision of a licensed embalmer and/or funeral director pre-requisite admission to the funeral service program and fns 250 practicum 1.0 credit 90 contact hours components practicum fns 275 2 funeral service projects course id:006959 provides comprehensive review of entire funeral service curriculum in preparation for the national board examination and eligibility for all state and national licensure requirements addresses current events skills knowledge and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student pre-requisite admission to the funeral service program lecture 2.0 credits 30 contact hours components lecture fpx fluid power fpx 100 3 fluid power course id:001464 includes fluid power theory component identification and application schematic reading

htm 280 2 course id:007238 general care monitoring and instrumentation presents various physiological parameters measured in low and mid-acuity situations typically encountered in general care settings along with the instrumentation used to obtain such information focuses on how the technology works and how to evaluate its performance and safety emphasis is given to a variety of medical technologies including scales thermometers general electrocardiograph monitors non-invasive blood pressure monitors pulse oximeters and spirometers pre-requisite bio 135 with a grade of c or better and htm 125 with a grade of c or better and htm 140 with a grade of c or better pre-requisite or co-requisite htm 230 lecture/lab 2.0 credits 37.5 contact hours components lecture htm 285 2 course id:007239 critical care monitoring and instrumentation continues the presentation of various physiological parameters measured in mid and high acuity situations typically encountered in intensive/critical care

elementary object-oriented programming concepts and practice types decisions loops methods arrays classes design and problem-solving an intensive introduction intended for students with programming experience lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes university course northern kentucky university campus blc inf l 260 1 course id:007285 object oriented programming laboratory laboratory to accompany inf 260 in which students gain hands-on experience in programming and using programming tools such as debuggers lab 1.0 credit 2.0 contact hours components laboratory attributes university course northern kentucky university campus blc inf 282 3 introduction to databases course id:007286 core concepts for the design creation and manipulation of relational databases analysis of data requirements conceptual modeling definition of the relational model relational database design and normalization and database implementation manipulation of relational databases using

mse 201 3 course id:005596 introduction to materials science microscopic and macroscopic structure as related to the properties of materials with engineering applications pre-requisite che 105 ma 113 co-requisite ma 114 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture same as offering mse 201 attributes university course university of kentucky campus actc ectcmus msg massage therapy msg 100 4 course id:003986 musculoskeletal anatomy physiology i provides extensive knowledge of the skeletal system and major joint articulations and an introduction to the muscular system of the human body from beginning terminology through the study of muscle tissue and neuromuscular fundamentals pre-requisite or co-requisite cla131 or ost103 or ahs115 co-requisite msg 125 lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture msg 110 4 course id:003987 musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology ii msg 220 3 massage therapy pathology course id:005522 prepares students to recognize and know common

nsg 299 1 4 course id:000531 selected topics in nursing topic various nursing topics issues and trends will be addressed topics may vary from semester to semester at the discretion of the instructors courses may be repeated with different topics to a maximum of six credit hours lecture varies by topic laboratory varies by topic prerequisite consent of instructor components laboratory lecture nsg 1961 0.4 validation of essential skills course id:006305 review of essential skills set 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 eng 101 and oral communications laboratory 0.4 credit 18 contact hours components laboratory nsg 1962 1 role transition level i course id:006306 provides transitions from the licensed practical nurse to the role of associate degree nurse prerequisite nsg 1961 with a grade of c or better prerequisite

rct 280 3 realtime skill development course id:004534 provides instruction in writing the spoken word with punctuation by means of a realtime translation theory as approved by ncra to provide instantaneous translation continued theory instruction is provided and the use of tutorial and/or realtime technology and teacher interaction dictation practice for 2-voice multi-voice testimony including literary jury charge current events and technical materials will assist in speed and accuracy development special emphasis is placed on dictionary building/management upon successful completion of this course students will be able to take dictation at 120 words per minute transcribed with 95 percent accuracy by the end of this term prerequisite rct 260 and rct 261 student must achieve at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses corequisite rct 281 student must receive at least a c grade in the prerequisite courses lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture rct 281 2 course

course id:002178 wmt 198 2 4 practicum course id:002179 this course is an overview of contemporary spray finishing materials and processes for millwork assemblies each student will learn to set-up and troubleshoot a variety of common finishing systems while experimenting with finishing materials and supplies components lecture the practicum provides supervised work experience related to the student’s educational objective students participating in the practicum do not receive compensation the course may be taken for 2 4 credits prerequisite permission of the instructor components practicum wmt 230 2 course id:002184 introduction to panel processing an overview of the terminology materials processing equipment and related software utilized by panel processing manufacturers of residential and commercial case work emphasis will be placed on the design and fabrication of frameless cabinetry to the use of panel saws edgebanders cnc boring equipment and case clamp’s lecture