Course Descriptions 2015-16 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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acr 2622 course id 016230 heating and humidification lab provides lab time for application of troubleshooting checking adjusting and installing heating units currently in use pre-requisite acr 102 &103 or eet 154 155 or ett 112 113 or imt 110 111 or consent from the instructor co-requisite acr 260 laboratory 2.0 credits 60 contact hours components laboratory attributes technical acr 2703 heat pump application course id 000967 explains reverse cycle heating systems defrost cycles reversing valves and auxiliary heating concentrates on line and control voltage circuitry pertaining to these units pre-requisite acr 100 and acr 102 with a grade of c or greater or permission of instructor co-requisite acr 271 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical air conditioning and refrigeration acr 2712 heat pump application lab course id 000968 provides for application of troubleshooting checking adjusting and installing reverse cycle units pre-requisite acr 100

bas 2933 principles of finance 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 pre-requisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 2943 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 pre-requisite bas 212 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 2953 international finance course id 005251 covers international finance and financial

course id 016261 introduces students to the experience-oriented standards and techniques of gaming on a digital platform includes hands-on conceptualization and writing of a game created by the student emphasizes creativity player experiences and motivations styles of play types of games character creation world creation and story-driven narrative within a video game offers students the opportunity to complete an industry-quality game design document pre-requisite cit/imd 124 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture course equivalents imd 272 attributes technical cit 2733 game production course id 016262 provides students with the opportunity to produce a fully playable 3d video game using assets and materials created in previous courses offers students the opportunity to employ an industry-standard game engine to meld 3d content audio narrative character and environment into a professional and enjoyable video game experience pre-requisite

course id 001289 provides for practical application of concepts taught in dit 160 introduces skills necessary in the diagnosis and repair of truck suspension systems wheel alignment and wheel balancing pre-requisite dit 160 laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory attributes technical dit 1803 brakes course id 001290 covers the operational theory and application of air brakes hydraulic brakes and anti-lock brake systems covers the function and repair of disc brakes and drums brakes corequisite dit 181 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical dit 1812 brakes lab course id 001291 provides hands on activities related to the concepts covered in dit 180 includes the inspection diagnosis and performing repairs on air powered and hydraulic powered braking systems found on medium and heavy duty trucks co-requisite dit 180 laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory attributes technical dit 1903 course id 001292 electrical

est 1603 hydrological geology course id 004745 this course provides an introduction to geology and hydrology with an emphasis on understanding natural processes and the effects of human activities major topics covered include plate tectonics formation and classification of rocks and minerals the processes affecting the hydrologic cycle soil formation and classification subsurface geology and groundwater movement stream formation and flow floods and human impacts to stream hydrology and morphology lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes sn science est 1702 course id 004746 environmental sampling laboratory a laboratory course which provides the fundamentals in evaluating and designing sampling approaches for different situations and different media the course will provide students with field experience in sampling soil surface water groundwater and benthic invertebrates laboratory 2 credits 60 contact hours pre-requisite est 150 or consent of instructor

hos 1003 course id 002365 introduction to hospitality management introduces an overview of the hospitality industry examines the historical perspective and tracks current events examines the structure of the industry including chains franchising ownership and management explores the inner workings of various components of lodging foodservice and entertainment organizations demonstrates real-world application through industry examples and case studies which are used extensively lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hos 1603 course id 002366 security for the hospitality industry analyzes modern security concerns for the protections of assets unique to the hospitality industry including loss prevention techniques and the application of law for lodging retailing clubs restaurants lounges and hospitality properties examines topics such as industrial safety disaster control techniques emergency action planning and crisis communications lecture 3.0

introduces principles of insurance production and agency and sales management emphasizes insurance products and insurance markets in the context of personal lines coverages as well as limited commercial lines coverages pre-requisite reading and english assessment scores above the kctcs developmental placement level or successful completion of the prescribed developmental courses ins 100 or consent mt 150 or above lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical ins 1823 course id 006588 multiple lines insurance production introduces principles of multiple lines insurance production emphasizes insurance products and insurance markets in the context of commercial lines coverages pre-requisite ins 181 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical ins 1833 course id 006589 agency operations and sales management focuses on the producer’s office environment and sales management techniques emphasizes how management concepts

mng 1903 mine emergency technician course id 005206 mng 2653 mining methods course id 015854 applies principles and procedures to identify and treat life threatening conditions offers safety training needed to receive a mine emergency technician certificate from kentucky department of mines and minerals after successful completion of the optional test lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical introduces underground and surface mining methods and practices in coal and hard rock mines includes topics in method classification support safety and equipment requirements general mine planning sequence of development cycle of operations and method application and variation lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical mng 2743 mine safety course id 000722 introduces mine safety program organization safety training mine rescue operations and the role of state and federal governments in mine safety includes field trips as an

nsg 22610.1 nursing pharmacology 2.0 course id 006314 focuses on classifications indications and effects of common drugs emphasizes nursing implications and the use of the nursing process in medication administration pre-requisite 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 196 and nsg 216 with a grade of c or better pre-requisite or co-requisite bio 225 within ten years with a grade of c or better and eng 102 and nsg 2361 and nsg 2362 and nsg 2363 with a grade of c or better if taken as a prerequisite lecture 0.1 credit 1.5 contact hours components lecture nsg 22620.9 nursing pharmacology 2.1 course id 006315 focuses on classifications indications and effects of common drugs emphasizes nursing implications and the use of the nursing process in medication administration pre-requisite nsg 2261

course id 004843 prepares students to plan manage and deliver respiratory care to diverse client populations in various settings enables students to practice mechanical ventilation techniques and observe/practice techniques of advanced life support pre-requisite rcp 195 and rcp 210 and rcp 212 and rcp 226 with a grade of c or better or consent of instructor clinical 4 credits 240 contact hours components clinical attributes technical rcp 2601 respiratory care seminar 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 attributes technical rdg reading rdg 203 improved college reading course id 002286 improves proficiency in reading comprehension vocabulary and critical thinking skills and prepares