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

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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 systems for diesel equipment covers the operation and diagnosis of the truck electrical system including the battery starter alternator lighting and accessories co-requisite dit 191 lecture 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical dit 1912 course id 001293 electrical systems for diesel equipment lab provides hands-on activities related to the concepts covered in dit 190 covers inspection diagnosis and performing repairs on batteries starters alternators and accessory systems found on medium and heavy duty trucks co-requisite dit 190 laboratory 2 credits 90 contact hours components laboratory attributes technical dit 1981 instructor consent required practicum course id 001297 dit 1991 cooperative education course id 001298 the practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student’s education objectives students participating in the practicum do not receive compensation pre-requisite permission of instructor 1 credit 75 contact hours components practicum attributes technical the cooperative education program provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the students education objectives students participating in the cooperative education program normally receive compensation pre-requisite permission of instructor coop 1 credit 75 contact hours components co-op attributes technical dit 2982 instructor consent required practicum course id 001299 the practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the students education objectives students participating in the practicum do not receive compensation pre-requisite permission of instructor practicum 2 credits 150 contact hours components practicum attributes technical dlc digital literacy dlc 1003 digital literacy course id 007298 introduces students to main components of digital literacy including computer fundamentals key applications and living online this course closely mirrors the kctcs digital literacy standards lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes digital literacy dlc 10011 computer fundamentals course id 007393 dlc 10021 key applications course id 007394 introduces students to main components of digital literacy regarding computer fundamentals lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture introduces students to main components of digital literacy regarding key applications lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture dlc 10031 living online course id 007395 introduces students to main components of digital literacy regarding living online lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture dlt dental laboratory technology dlt 1012 dental morphology course id 004871 the anatomical characteristics and dental terminology of the permanent human detention are detailed other topics include dento-osseous structures oral musculature and the development of teeth waxing exercises of selected teeth are performed in the laboratory as a means of understanding tooth form and the development of manual dexterity pre-requisite admission into the dlt program or consent of instructor lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical dlt 1112 dental materials i course id 004872 the major content of this course includes an introduction to the study of dental materials including basic concepts in chemistry emphasis is placed on the chemical and physical properties of gypsum resin and wax used in dentistry basic manipulation of these materials is included in order to prepare the student for future use in the dental laboratory pre-requisite admission into the dlt program or consent of instructor lecture 2 credits 30 contact hours components lecture attributes technical dlt 1122 dental materials ii course id 004874 this course emphasizes the metallurgy of dental alloys including the mechanism of crystallization strain hardening and the chemical process of corrosion materials associated with fabricating metal prostheses are studied and include impression materials cast alloys and wrought alloys hazard and infection control procedures in the dental laboratory are presented as well as basic study of applicable physics and unit conversion pre-requisite dlt 111 or consent of instructor lecture 2 credits 30 contact hours components lecture attributes technical dlt 1212 complete dentures i course id 004875 the basic principles of complete denture prosthodontics is presented including the fundamentals of arranging and contouring artificial dentures identification of oral landmarks and changes that occur in the edentulous patient are discussed emphasis is placed on identifying the purpose and use of custom trays baseplates and occlusion rims laboratory procedures include fabricating custom trays baseplates occlusion rims and a complete set of dentures pre-requisite admission into the dlt program lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical dlt 1222 complete dentures ii course id 004876 dlt 1312 removable partial dentures i course id 004877 dlt 1322 removable partial dentures ii course id 004878 dlt 1422 occlusion course id 004879 dlt 1512 fixed prosthodontics i course id 004880 advanced principles of complete denture prosthodonitics are presented including balanced monoplane and lingualized occlusion emphasis is also placed on the considerations in the oral cavity that effect the success of removable prosthodontic treatment laboratory procedures include denture repairs selective grinding and fabricating complete dentures pre-requisite dlt 121 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical the basic principles of removable partial denture prosthodontics are presented emphasis is placed on the fabrication procedures and understanding of the basics of survey and design detailed information about the various major and minor connectors is discussed as well as learning the kennedy classification system laboratory procedures include fabricating two removable partial dentures including the attachment of artificial denture teeth pre-requisite admission into the dlt program lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical advanced principles of removable partial denture prosthodontics is presented with emphasis on design principles detailed information about direct retainers indirect retainers rests and bases is discussed laboratory procedures involve fabricating three removable partial dentures including the attachment of artificial denture teeth pre-requisite dlt 131 lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical theories of occlusion interarch and intraarch relationships the temporomandibular joint and its movements articulators interocclusal records and face-bow transfer occlusal schemes and restorative considerations in occlusal therapy are discussed and/or put to practical application in this course pre-requisite admission into the dental laboratory program lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical the basic principles of crown and bridge fixed prosthodontics are presented including the fabrication of both single and multi-unit full metal restorations emphasis is placed on preparing and evaluating working casts waxing anatomical tooth patterns spruing investing burnout casting and polishing additional laboratory procedures include fabricating restorations on various types of articulators developing functional occlusion and soldering pre-requisite admission into the dlt program lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours laboratory 1 credit 45 contact hours components laboratory lecture attributes technical 277 course descriptions dit 1612 steering and suspension lab