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

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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 integral part of the course lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical mng 2863 roof control and ventilation course id 000738 involves an in-depth study of roof and rib control and coal mine ventilation includes methods of inspection and reporting potential safety hazards reading roof control plans processes and procedures involving mine resistance law and minimum standards lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical mng 2991 4 course id 006790 selected topics in mining technology topic addresses various mining technology topics issues and trends includes topics that may vary from semester to semester at the discretion of the instructors course may be repeated with different topics to a maximum of four credit hours lecture/lab 1.0 4.0 credits contact hours 15 120 components lecture attributes technical mor medical office radiology mor 1006 course id 001773 medical office limited radiography provides knowledge and lab experience necessary to meet requirements for limited medical radiography licensure consists of patient care and management radiographic procedures image production and evaluation equipment operation and maintenance pre-requisite ahs 109 and ahs 115 with a grade of “c” or better co-requisite mor 115 lecture 4.0 credits 60 contact hours lab 2.0 credits 60 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical mor 1153 course id 001775 medical office limited radiography clinical apply the principles and procedures learned to afford the student the opportunity to observe assist and perform diagnostic radiographic examinations mandated by the state radiation control board the student shall accrue a total of 360 contact hours and perform the minimum of 50 radiographic examinations in each of the following areas chest extremities and musculoskeletal pre-requisite ahs 109 and ahs 115 with a grade of “c” or better corequisite mor 100 medical office limited radiography clincial 3.0 credits 180 contact hours components clinical attributes technical 338 mor 1176 course id 007111 advanced medical office radiography provides knowledge and lab experience necessary to meet requirements for limited medical radiography licensure consists of patient care and management radiographic procedures image production and evaluation equipment operation and maintenance pre-requisite mor 100 and mor 115 with a grade of “c” or better co-requisite mor 119 advanced medical office radiology clinical lecture 4.0 credits 60 contact hours lab 2.0 credit 60 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical mor 1193 course id 007112 advanced medical office limited radiography clinical apply the principles and procedures learned in mor 100 and mor 115 to afford the student the opportunity to observe assist and perform diagnostic radiographic examinations mandated by the state radiation control board the student shall accrue a total of 360 contact hours and perform the minimum of 50 radiographic examinations in each of the following areas chest extremities and musculoskeletal pre-requisite mor 100 and mor 115 with a grade of “c” or better co-requisite mor 117 advanced medical office radiology clinical 3.0 credits 180 contact hours components clinical attributes technical mrn marine technology mrn 1003 intro to marine technology course id 006705 provides fundamental concepts of nautical science expected of personnel working aboard an inland towing vessel includes basic terminology types of equipment encountered aboard the vessel skill sets needed in dayto-day operations and a general knowledge of towboat operations pre-requisite instructor consent lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 1013 anatomy of a towboat course id 006706 introduces components found on modern towboats with emphasis on an overview of all areas of the vessel from the wheelhouse to the engine room to the external components lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 1023 basic marine safety course id 006707 provides an overview of risk-based decision making skills for assessing and managing marine hazards to prevent marine accidents or casualty lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 1033 applied marine weather course id 007412 covers fundamental maritime weather concepts to plan safe and efficient voyages lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 1043 marine crew wellness course id 007413 examines how nutrition exercise and disease affect the crewmembers’ ability to maintain a u.s coast guard license focuses on nutrition and exercise programs while working and prevention of disease lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 1996 marine co-op experience i course id 006708 mrn 2003 shipboard deck operations course id 006709 mrn 2013 rules of the road course id 006710 mrn 2023 piloting and navigation course id 006711 gives students experience in a higher level position in the marine industry provides compensated on-the-job work experience under the supervision of a qualified affiliate of the industry pre-requisite 360 hours of river industry experience co-requisite current employment with the company providing the co-op experience co-op 6 credits 450 contact hours components co-op attributes technical provides specifics of responsibilities policies training safety and rigging procedures for towboat personnel prerequisite mrn 100 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical provides an in-depth analysis of the united states coast guard uscg navigation rules with an emphasis on the history and interpretation of the rules lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical identifies the effect of inland waterway prevailing conditions on vessels provides instruction on locking procedures radio telephone regulations hydrology and piloting skills lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical mrn 2033 course id 006712 environmental protection rules provides analysis of environmental regulations governing the marine industry explores the environmental practices of vessels on the inland waterway systems and the governing agencies which establish industry regulations lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical mrn 2045 marine electrical systems course id 006713 mrn 2053 marine electrical systems ii course id 006714 mrn 2065 marine diesel course id 006715 mrn 2073 marine diesel ii course id 006716 explores and applies the theory of electricity with an emphasis on power systems circuits safety procedures and maintenance measures needed to maintain electrical systems aboard towing vessels lecture/lab 5.0 credits 105 contact hours components lecture attributes technical explores the maintenance measures needed to maintain electrical systems aboard towing vessels on the inland river system pre-requisite mrn 204 lecture/lab 3 credits 60 contact hours components lecture attributes technical introduces the operation and components of a marine diesel engine with emphasis on diesel engine theory safety precautions internal and external components and contributing operation systems lecture/lab 5.0 credits 105 contact hours components lecture attributes technical identifies the various systems involved in the operation of a marine diesel engine including the application of the knowledge of diesel operation to maintenance and troubleshooting exercises pre-requisite mrn 206 lecture/lab 3 credits 60 contact hours components lecture attributes technical