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

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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 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hos 2003 cultural heritage tourism course id 002367 examines the range of cultural and heritage assets that can become viable tourism attractions and looks at ways of linking quality cultural heritage tourism to community development from effective planning and marketing lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hos 2103 front office operations course id 002368 identifies principles required to organize and operate hotel and motel front office guest needs to have effective salesmanship and to create procedures for different types of front office operations lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hos 2823 tourism marketing course id 002370 examines how and why tourists make destination choices and learns how to develop a strategic marketing system that emphasizes your destination’s distinctive appeal answers questions of how to assess visitor markets gather and analyze data reduce risk and gain competitive advantages and turn analysis into sound decisions applies knowledge from case studies and practical tips for stretching marketing dollars through better monitoring cost controls and evaluation lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hph health physics hph 1003 health physics fundamentals course id 006324 introduces the fundamentals of atomic and nuclear physics algebra unit analysis and team dynamics required within an organization that handles radioactive substances lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hph 1013 health physics i course id 000888 introduces the principles of health physics to include atomic and nuclear physics radioactivity and ionizing radiation and its biological effects pre-requisite mat 150 and phy 152 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hph 1023 health physics ii course id 000762 hph 1203 radiation biology course id 000346 introduces internal and external dosimetry shielding radiation detection and environmental monitoring prerequisite hph 101 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical examines the cellular response pathology and short and long-term effects of ionizing radiation on living tissue prerequisite bio 112 and bio 113 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture hph 2014 course id 000885 nuclear instrumentation and measurement i introduces the principles of operation and use of portable radiation survey instruments counting room instrumentation including gm and proportional counters and liquid scintillation introduces gamma ray spectroscopy pre-requisite hph 102 lecture/lab 4.0 credits 90 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hph 2024 course id 000824 nuclear instrumentation and measurement ii introduces multi-channel analyzers in alpha beta and gamma spectroscopy involves techniques to identify and quantify radioactive materials pre-requisite hph 201 lecture/lab 4.0 credit hours 90 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hph 2462 environmental law course id 000515 surveys federal and state environmental legislation the role of governmental agencies responsible for implementation of statutes and simulations of regulation enforcement situations lecture 2.0 credits 30 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hpt historic preservation technology hpt 1003 course id 005299 introduction to historic preservation introduces historic preservation theory history and standards of practice through national and local case studies related national and local agencies organizations and legislation and research of early american architecture co-requisite hpt 101 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture hpt 1012 course id 006963 introduction to historic preservation lab provides an opportunity to practice historic preservation theory through on-site research site surveys and recording techniques with an emphasis on assessing and planning rehabilitation and maintenance co-requisite hpt 100 lab 2.0 credits 60 contact hours components laboratory attributes technical hpt 1202 traditional woodworking course id 005297 presents traditional woodworking techniques safe maintenance and use of hand and power tools with handson training in fitting fastening and finishing a wood project lecture/lab 2.0 credits 52.5 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hpt 2002 course id 006964 masonry repointing and repair introduces masonry materials and repair techniques for historic structures with an emphasis on brick and stone masonry and hands-on repair/repointing pre-requisite isx 100 or isx 101 or consent of instructor lecture/lab 2.0 credits 52.5 contact hours components lecture hpt 2022 course id 006965 window restoration and repair presents the process for the removal repair and reinstallation of windows in historic properties including types and components energy efficiency safe work practices basic tools and glazing techniques prerequisite isx 100 or isx 101 or consent of instructor lecture/lab 2.0 credits 52.5 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hpt 2042 roof restoration and repair course id 006966 hpt 2982 field experience practicum course id 006967 covers pre-world war ii roof designs and materials with a focus on repair and maintenance of roofs on historic buildings emphasizes fall protection systems and setup procedures for scaffolding and ladders pre-requisite consent of instructor lecture/lab 2.0 credit hours 52.5 contact hours components lecture attributes technical provides an opportunity for the refinement of techniques and skills acquired in the previous historic preservation courses through non-compensated supervised on-the-job experience or campus work assignments related to the student’s educational and career training objectives pre-requisite isx 100 or isx 101 and hpt 100 and hpt 101 or consent of instructor practicum 2.0 credits 90 contact hours components practicum attributes technical hrs honors hrs 1013 course id 000895 instructor consent required an integrated survey of western civilization i an honors course designed to provide an opportunity for the interested student to study the development of western civilization as reflected in the literary artistic musical philosophical political and economic developments and movements of the major western cultures from ancient times through the roman empire lecture 3 hours prerequisite consent of instructor components lecture attributes ah arts and humanities hrs 2003 course id 000765 independent/guided-study project students wishing to engage in an approved valid research study project may receive academic credit through this course the project may be scheduled concurrently with the academic semester or in the case of necessary travel between semesters or during the summer term lecture variable laboratory variable pre-requisite superior academic ability as demonstrated by tests classwork and interviews components laboratory lecture attributes other hrt horticulture hrt 1023 introduction to horticulture course id 004340 this course introduces the practical approach to the study of horticulture students will learn the practices of horticulture and the purpose of plants for food comfort and bounty lecture 3 hours 3 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical hrt 1044 course id 001534 introduction to herbaceous plants covers the care culture and distinguishing characteristics of herbaceous plants including the scientific and common names of many of the most common herbaceous plants including pests common to these plants lecture 4 credits 60 contact hours components lecture attributes technical 307 course descriptions hos hospitality management