Course Descriptions 2014-15 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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acr 290 3 journeyman preparation course id 000969 includes lectures discussions and presentations pertaining to the proper application of hvac codes prepares the student to pass the kentucky journeyman hvac licensing exam this class should be taken at the end of the program lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical acr 291 1 instructor consent required special problems i course id 000970 a course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs prerequisite permission of instructor components laboratory attributes technical acr 293 2 instructor consent required special problems ii course id 000971 a course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs prerequisite permission of instructor components laboratory attributes technical acr 295 3 instructor consent required special problems iii course id 000972 a course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs prerequisite permission of

course id 005154 recognizes occupational safety and health adherence collective bargaining issues and establishing effective working relationships prerequisite bas 2744 or consent of instructor lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture bas 2821 0.5 course id 005288 introduction to entrepreneurial marketing introduces small business marketing prerequisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 2822 0.5 course id 005289 environmental market strategy planning identifies essential information for an environmental and swot analysis in developing marketing objectives for a small business marketing plan prerequisite bas 2821 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 2823 0.5 course id 005290 product and market strategies examines essential information to develop product and marketing strategies for the small business marketing plan prerequisite bas 2822 or consent of instructor

course id 006198 apply acquired techniques knowledge and skills to successfully analyze design and plan a cit project develop key project management and system analysis deliverables in a portfolio prerequisite 36 credit hours of cit courses or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical cit 295 1 3 course id 004741 independent problems in cit topic explores concepts and/or skills from special areas of interest in computer information technologies topics vary from semester to semester may be repeated up to two times with different topics to a maximum of 6 credit hours pre-requisite consent of instructor lecture 1.0 3.0 credits 15 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical cit 299 1 3 special topics in cit course id 004742 explores concepts and/or skills from special areas of interest in computer and information systems may be repeated with different topics to a maximum of 6 credit

dms 115 6 instructor consent required sonography ii course id 004395 covers the study of the clinical applications within the sonographic specialties of obstetrics gynecology female breast and neurosonography includes related clinical symptoms and laboratory tests pathophysiologic effects of disease and anomalies and normal/abnormal sonographic patterns includes basic scanning techniques and protocol with an emphasis on the demonstration of clinical applications of theoretical principles and concepts pre-requisite admission to diagnostic medical sonography program computer literacy naa 100 or equivalent cpr certification lecture 4.0 credits 60 contact hours laboratory 2.0 credits 90 contact hours 45:1 ratio components laboratory lecture attributes technical dms 116 6 ob/gyn sonography course id 006260 covers the study of the clinical applications within the sonographic specialties of obstetrics and gynecology includes related clinical symptoms and laboratory test pathophysiologic

fam family studies fam 252 3 course id 000662 introduction to family science introduces the scientific study of the family including important theoretical frameworks in family science historical trends in marriage and family life gender role theory family life theory parenthood communication economics of family life conflict divorce step-families and step-parenting and family strengths analyzes contemporary family issues and requires informed written positions on those issues prerequisite 3 hours of social or behavioral science or consent of instructor components lecture attributes sb social behavior science fam 253 3 course id 000666 human sexuality development behavior and attitudes studies human sexuality including the process of gender and attitudes sexual response patterns sexual behavior and attitudes prerequisite 3 hours in social or behavioral science or consent of instructor components lecture attributes sb social behavior science fam 255 3 child development course id

course id 001538 focuses on the identification care and culture of cool and warm season turf plants including how to calculate an area for seed or sod identification of insects weeds diseases and the proper control measures for each and the development of a schedule for good turf maintenance and renovation for turf areas lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hrt 130 3 landscape maintenance course id 001539 introduces basic techniques for landscape management including pruning and planting techniques safe working practices in the landscape and pest management lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hrt 131 2 landscape maintenance lab course id 001540 applies knowledge of equipment technology and safety issues related to landscape maintenance and the use of general math skills in computations used in the landscape including pesticides fertilizers and ipm systems used in maintaining the landscape soils and

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 260l 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

mrn 214 4 marine refrigeration systems course id 007415 introduces the fundamentals of refrigeration including use of tools test equipment materials environmental issues and safety lecture/lab 4.0 credits 69 contact hours components lecture attributes technical mrn 299 6 marine co-op experience ii course id 006720 gives students further experience in a higher level position in the marine industry provides supervised on-thejob work experience directly in line with the students’ educational objective pre-requisite mrn 199 corequisite current employment with the company providing the co-op experience co-op 6 credits 450 contact hours components co-op attributes technical mrn 1001 1 course id 015787 marine terminology and safety provides fundamental terminology and safety concepts expected of personnel working aboard an inland towing vessel pre-requisite instructor consent lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture mrn 1002 1 course id 015788 seamanship rigging and

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 nsg 1963 1 behavioral health course id 006307 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 or corequisite nsg 2161with a grade of c or better if taken as a pre-requisite lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture focuses on the nursing care for the client with mental health dysfunctions prerequisite nsg 1962 and nsg 2161 with a grade of c or better lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture nsg 1964 0.3 introduction

addresses cardiopulmonary assessment including hemodynamic monitoring pulmonary and cardiac exercise stress testing advanced cardiac procedures blood chemistry and fluid and electrolyte balance prerequisite [rcp 195 and rcp 210 and rcp 212,and rcp 226 with a grade of c or better or consent of instructor lecture 2.75 credits 41.25 contact hours laboratory .25 credit 15 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical rcp 245 2 course id 004845 advanced cardiac life support focuses on managing acute cardiovascular emergencies including cardiac arrest acute myocardial infarction and stroke students demonstrating essential knowledge and skills and obtaining 85 or greater on the written exam will receive an american heart association acls provider card lecture 1.5 credits 22.50 contact hours laboratory 0.5 credit 30 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical rcp 250 3 clinical practice v course id 003801 prepares students to participate in

course id 004596 provides the student with a working knowledge of materials used in welding this class includes materials identification and classification metallurgy is included with a detailed analysis of physical mechanical and chemical properties introduces the student to the application of metallurgy to welding including preheat interpass temperature and post-weld heat treatment and their effects on welding and welding’s effect on them lecture 2 credits 30 contact hours components lecture attributes technical wld 245 3 course id 004604 gas metal arc welding pipe lab a acquaints the student with the operation and application of the gas metal arc system for welding pipe in 2g and 5g positions laboratory 3 credits 90 contact hours/30:1 ratio corequisite wld 143 or consent of instuctor components laboratory attributes technical wld 247 3 course id 004597 gas metal arc welding pipe lab b acquaints the student with the operation and application of the gas metal arc system for