HCC FALL 2020 15-WEEK BITERM CLASS SCHEDULE (8/24 – 12/13)  
Class Nbr Subject Catalog Section Pat Begin Time End Time Start Date End Date Descr Building Room Min Units Instructor Name Class Note
AGRICULTURE                          
53513 AGR  125 35L1 M 05:00 PM 07:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro Fertilizers and Soils A/S 203 3 Cherry,Audie AGR 125 LAB
53463 AGR  140 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Issues In Agriculture WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 140  Issues in Agriculture - Provides an introduction to agriculture and current issues pertaining to the agricultural industry.
53380 AGR  180 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Agricultural Internship I WWW WWW 2 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 180 Agricultural Internship I - Provides the opportunity to broaden the educational experience through appropriate observation and individualizes work assignments related to the pre-requisite and/or co-requisite course objectives.  The students will spend 80 hours of supervised field experience in an approved Agricultural Industry.  Pre-requisite OR Co-requisite.  (AGR 150 and AGR 140) or Consent of Instructor.  Lab: 2.0 credits (75 contact hours).
53467 AGR  215 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Weed Management WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 215 Weed Management - Examines the nature of crop/weed interactions and explores various weed control methods. Weed identification, biology, ecology and modern management principles are all explored in this course. Lecture: 2 credits  Lab: 1 credit
53523 AGR  240 35ZL TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Animal Science WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 240 LAB
53481 AGR  240 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Animal Science WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 240 Animal Science - Provides a limited overview of the farm species of livestock. Includes the study of major livestock breeds of beef and dairy cattle, sheep, swine, poultry, and horses. Covers management application for livestock production as well as production facilities. Lecture: 2 credits  Lab: 1 credit
53488 AGR  270 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction Organic Agricultr WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 270 Introduction to Organic Agriculture - Introduces students to the theories, practice, and policy of organic agriculture.  Topics covered include the history and the need for organic agriculture, fundamental organic farming practices, organic animal production, the National Organic Program, and economic and marketing considerations for organic products.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
59462 AGR  125 35EY M 05:00 PM 07:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro Fertilizers and Soils A/S 203 3 Cherry,Audie AGR 125: Introduction to Fertilizers and Soils: Introduces practical aspects of soils and fertilizers as related to plant growth and production. Lecture: 2 credits Lab: 1 credit
ANTHROPOLOGY                          
53011 ANT  220 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Cultural Anthropology WWW WWW 3 Thomas,Chad R ANT 220 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology- Examines variations in beliefs, behaviors, and institutions of different peoples. Aquaints the student with knowledge of how anthropoligical concepts and knowledge are used to understand and appreciate cultural diversity. This course is via the internet.
ART                            
53015 ART  100 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Art WWW WWW 3 Blackburn,Catherine D ART 100 Introduction to Art- Provides a basic overview of the study, language, history and cultural relevance of visual art and is designed primarily for non art majors. Utilizes visually-enhanced lectures and may include optional introductory studio experiences. Fulfills a Humanities general education requirement. This course is via the internet.
55223 ART  104 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to African Art WWW WWW 3 Blackburn,Catherine D ART 104 Introduction to African Art- Examines the arts of Africa, including sculpture, painting, pottery, textiles, archtecture, altar arts, human adornment, and performance art, on the basis of style, iconography, and function, and in relation to religious, political, market and daily contexts. Explores the ways in which Africa has been conceived and deconstructs the assumptions shaping each approach. Addresses the process (and problems) of collecting and displaying African art throughout the course.(Prereq.: English and Reading assessment exam scores above the developmental placement level or the successful completion of prescribed developmental course(s). Fulfills a Humanities general education requirement. This course is via the internet.
BIOLOGY                            
54346 BIO  120 3501 M/W 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Human Ecology STC 310 3 Cook,Monica Mion BIO 120 Human Ecology - Interrelationships among humans, other organisms and the environment including principles of energy and matter, resource use, biogeochemical cycling, trophic structures, sustainability and environmental impacts by humans. Lecture: 3 credits
54347 BIO  121 35L1 M/W 09:30 AM 10:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Ecology Lab A/T 211 1 Cook,Monica Mion BIO 121 Introduction to Ecology Laboratory -Basic laboratory studies of interactions among living organisms and their environment including biogeochemical cycling, trophic structures, sustainability and human impacts on the environment. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: BIO 120 or BIO 124. Laboratory: 1 credit
54348 BIO  122 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Conservation Biology WWW WWW 3 Cook,Monica Mion BIO122 Historical and current perspectives on species extinction and global loss of biological diversity is presented. Methods used to conserve plant and animal life in the United States and around the world are surveyed, and conservation activities and needs are discussed in societal, cultural, economic, and political contexts. Pre-requisite: High school biology recommended. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).
54351 BIO  139 3501 T/TH 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab 35STC309 309 4 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 Human Anatomy & Physiology II - The second semester continues the study of the interrelationships of organ systems, including the endocrine, reproductive, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, and urinary systems.  Pre-requisite: BIO 137.  lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours); Laborator: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
54352 BIO  139 35L1 T 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab A/T 210 4 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 Human Anatomy & Physiology II - Lab - goes with BIO 139 3501
54354 BIO  139 35L2 TH 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab A/T 210 4 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 Human Anatomy & Physiology II - Lab - goes with BIO 139 3501
BLUEPRINT READING                          
54375 BRX  120 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Basic Blueprint Reading WWW WWW 3 Smith,Mark BRX 120 Basic Blueprint Reading: Includes basic applied math, lines, multiview drawings, symbols, various schematics and diagrams, dimensioning techniques, sectional views, auxiliary views, threads and fasteners, and sketching typical to all shop drawings. Emphasizes safety as an integral part of the course. Lecture: 3 credits.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                        
53614 BAS  160 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Business WWW WWW 3 Joy,Brian A BAS 160 Introduction to Business - Introduces business careers, terminology, and the interrelationships of business topics. Presents the complexities of business and the impact on communities and their economies.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 credit hours)
53624 BAS  282 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Principles of Marketing WWW WWW 3 Joy,Brian A BAS 282 Principles of Marketing-(Prereq.: BAS 160 or B&E 100 or consent of instructor.) The marketing function is introduced and applied to various types of business organizations with attention to the marketing concept.This is a course via the Internet.Prerequisite: BAS 160 or B&E 100 or consent of instructor .Online - Bi-term section beginning one week late
COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                    
53675 CIT  105 35BK T/TH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Computers A/S 228 3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 105 Introduction to Computing-(Prereq: Basic keyboarding skills are strongly recommended. Prereq.: RDG 20 or Consent of instructor.) This course fulfills a Computer Literacy general education requirement. This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
53668 CIT  105 35BJ M 09:30 AM 10:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Introduction to Computers A/S 228 3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 105 Introduction to Computing-(Prereq: Basic keyboarding skills are strongly recommended. Prereq.: RDG 20 or Consent of instructor.) This course fulfills a Computer Literacy general education requirement. This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
53650 CIT  160 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Networking Concepts WWW WWW 4 Phelps,Barry D CIT 160 Intro to Networking Concepts-(Prereq.: MAT 65 OR Consent of Instructor. Prereq. Or Coreq: CIT 111 OR Consent of Instructor.)  This is a course via the Internet.
53654 CIT  171 35ZL TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 SQL I WWW WWW 3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 171 SQL-(Prereq.: CIT 120 AND CIT 170 OR Consent of Instructor)  This is a course via the Internet.
This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
COMMUNICATIONS                          
53158 COM  181 35BE T 06:00 PM 08:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Basic Public Speaking STC 309 3 Perry,Alisha Marie COM 181 Basic Public Speaking- Applies the basic principles and techniques in research, organization, and delivery of speeches for informative and persuasive  speaking purposes. Provides practical platform experience in developing speaking abilities to enable the student to communicate orally in a clear, coherent language appropriate to the purpose, occasion, and audience. Current KCTCS placement scores for college level reading and writing OR Consent of instructor. Fulfills an Oral Communication general education requirement.
53121 COM  181 35BK T/TH 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Basic Public Speaking LIB 205 3 Griffis,Katie L. COM 181 Basic Public Speaking- Applies the basic principles and techniques in research, organization, and delivery of speeches for informative and persuasive  speaking purposes. Provides practical platform experience in developing speaking abilities to enable the student to communicate orally in a clear, coherent language appropriate to the purpose, occasion, and audience. Prereq.: Current KCTCS placement scores for college level reading and writing OR Consent of instructor. Fulfills an Oral Communication general education requirement.
53122 COM  181 35BJ MW 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Basic Public Speaking LIB 205 3 Griffis,Katie L. COM 181 Basic Public Speaking- Applies the basic principles and techniques in research, organization, and delivery of speeches for informative and persuasive  speaking purposes. Provides practical platform experience in developing speaking abilities to enable the student to communicate orally in a clear, coherent language appropriate to the purpose, occasion, and audience. Current KCTCS placement scores for college level reading and writing OR Consent of instructor. Fulfills an Oral Communication general education requirement.
53330 COM  252 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Interpersonal Comm WWW WWW 3 Gilbert,Stephanie L. COM 252 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication- Examines the basic verbal and nonverbal concepts affecting the communication process in various interpersonal contexts. Requires participation in written and oral activities designed to develop and improve interpersonal skills. Includes perspective-taking, relationship and conversation management, effective listening, conflict management, communication climate, communication anxiety, and cultural/gender differences in interpersonal communication. Prereq.: Current KCTCS placement scores for college level reading and writing, or consent of instructor. This class is via the internet.
ECONOMICS                          
54112 ECO  201 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Principles of Microeconomics WWW WWW 3 Jones,Connell J. ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics - Covers the allocation of scarce resources from the viwpoint of individual economic units. Topics include supply and demand, elasticity, costs, and markets.Online  - Bi-term section beginning one week late
This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
54117 ECO  202 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Principles of Macroeconomics WWW WWW 3 Jones,Connell J. ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics - Covers how society's needs are satisfied with the limited resources available. Includes issues such as inflation, unemployment, economic growth, globalization, and fiscal and monetary policy.
This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.
EDUCATION                          
53350 EDP  202 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Human Development & Learning WWW WWW 3 Blair,Adam T. EDP 202 Human Development and Learning- Presents theories and concepts of human development, learning, and motivation and applies them to interpreting and explaining human behavior and interaction in relation to teaching across the development span from early childhood to adult. This course is via the internet.
53343 EDU  201 35BJ T/TH 02:00 PM 03:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to American Education ADM 203 3 Blair,Adam T. EDU 201 Introduction to American Education- Presents an introduction to teaching as a profession, major educational philosophies, social reform, trends and issues in education, curriculum and instruction. Prereq.: ENG 101 or consent of instructor.
53344 EDU  201 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to American Education WWW WWW 3 Blair,Adam T. EDU 201 Introduction to American Education- Presents an introduction to teaching as a profession, major educational philosophies, social reform, trends and issues in education, curriculum and instruction. Prereq.: ENG 101 or consent of instructor. This course is via the internet.
53346 EDU  204 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Technology In the Classroom WWW WWW 3 Blair,Adam T. EDU 204 Technology in the Classroom- Provides the student with a basic skill set to utilize technology in instruction and instructional management. Explores the methods of using computing fundamentals, key technology applications, and the digital environment to enhance teaching and learning. This course is via the internet.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                    
54209 ELT  244 35L1 T/TH 03:00 PM 04:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Electrical Machinery & Control STC 115 4 Owens,Randall Lane ELT 244 Electrical Machinery & Control-Lab
54198 ELT  244 35BJ T/TH 02:00 PM 03:00 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Electrical Machinery & Control 35STC106 106 4 Owens,Randall Lane ELT 244 Electrical Machinery & Control: Covers the study of theory and utilization of electrical motors and generators, including AC and DC motors and drives. Includes theory and utilization of limit switches, solenoids, relays, contactors, and solid state devices in control circuits. Provides application of digital and analog control techniques, ladder logic, and programming techniques to industrial and manufacturing processes. Pre-requisite: Consent of instructor. Lecture: 3.0 credits, Lab: 1.0 credit.
54212 ELT  250 35L1 M/W 03:00 PM 04:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Programmable Logic Controllers 35STC108 108 4 Farber III,William Fred ELT 250 Programmable Logic Controllers-Lab
54211 ELT  250 35BJ M/W 02:00 PM 03:00 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Programmable Logic Controllers 35STC108 108 4 Farber III,William Fred ELT 250 Programmable Logic Controllers: Covers the study of Programmable Logic Controllers with an emphasis on the function and use of PLCs in an industrial environment. Pre-requisite: ELT 244 or Consent of instructor. Lecture: 3.0 credits, Lab: 1.0 credit.
ENGLISH                            
53583 ENG  101 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Writing I WWW WWW 3 Woods,Katherine Bryant ENG 101 Writing I- Focuses on academic writing. Provides instruction in drafting and revising essays that express ideas in Standard English, including reading critically, thinking logically, responding to texts, addressing specific  audiences, researching and documenting sources. Includes review of grammar, mechanics and usage. ACT in English 18 (or above) or equivalent placement level. First course in academic writing, with 102, fulfills the writing requirement for the AA and AS degrees.) This course is via the internet.
53361 ENG  101 35BJ MW 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Writing I ADM 202 3 Fritts,David C ENG 101 Writing I- Focuses on academic writing. Provides instruction in drafting and revising essays that express ideas in Standard English, including reading critically, thinking logically, responding to texts, addressing specific  audiences, researching and documenting sources. Includes review of grammar, mechanics and usage. ACT in English 18 (or above) or equivalent placement level. First course in academic writing, with 102, fulfills the writing requirement for the AA and AS degrees.)
53620 ENG  102 35BJ T/TH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Writing II ADM 208 3 Fritts,David C ENG 102 Writing II- Emphasizes argumentative writing. Provides further instruction in drafting and systematically revising essays that express ideas in Standard English. Includes continued instruction and practice in reading critically, thinking logically, responding to texts, adressing specific audiences, and researching and documenting credible academic sources. (Prereq.: ENG 101 or equivalent)
ENGLISH WITH WORKSHOPS                        
53577 ENG  101 35ZP TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Writing I WWW WWW 3 Woods,Katherine Bryant Writing I-(Co-Requisite Model: Must have appropriate English Placement or completed IRW85) Focuses on academic writing. Provides instruction in drafting and revising essays that express ideas in Standard English, including reading critically, thinking logically, responding to texts, addressing specific  audiences, researching and documenting sources. Includes review of grammar, mechanics and usage. Fulfills the writing requirement. This is a hybrid class. Must be taken with ENG 100-35ZP class #53574. This course is via the internet.
53574 ENG  100 35ZP TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 English Workshop WEB LOCAL   2 Woods,Katherine Bryant ENG 100 English Workshop- This course must be taken with ENG 101-35ZP class #53577. This course is via the internet and is web local.
 FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE                        
54164 FYE  105 35BJ MW 12:30 PM 01:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Achieving Academic Success LIB 205 3 Griffis,Katie L. FYE 105 Achieving Academic Success- Introduces students to strategies that promote academic, personal, and professional success in the college environment. Foster a sense of belonging, promotes engagement in the curricular and co-curricular life of the college, and provides opportunities for student to develop academic plans that align with career and life goals. This is a 15-week course.
62176 FYE  105 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Achieving Academic Success WEB LOCAL   3 Burton,Sharon K FYE 105 Achieving Academic Success- Introduces students to strategies that promote academic, personal, and professional success in the college environment. Foster a sense of belonging, promotes engagement in the curricular and co-curricular life of the college, and provides opportunities for student to develop academic plans that align with career and life goals. This is a 15-week course. 
FLUID POWER                          
54213 FPX  100 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Fluid Power WWW WWW 3 Farber III,William Fred FPX 100 Fluid Power: Includes fluid power theory, component identification and application, schematic reading, and basic calculations related to pneumatic and hydraulic systems and their operations. Co-requisite: FPX 101 or Consent. Lecture: 3 credits.
54215 FPX  101 35L2 T/TH 11:15 AM 12:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Fluid Power Lab STC 110 2 Farber III,William Fred FPX 101 Fluid Power Lab: Provides practical experiences in the study of fluid power theory, hydraulics and pneumatics component identification, schematic reading, and basic calculations related to hydraulic and pneumatic systems and their operations. Co-requisite: FPX 100 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits.
54216 FPX  101 35L1 M/W 04:45 PM 06:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Fluid Power Lab STC 110 2 Smith,Mark FPX 101 Fluid Power Lab: Provides practical experiences in the study of fluid power theory, hydraulics and pneumatics component identification, schematic reading, and basic calculations related to hydraulic and pneumatic systems and their operations. Co-requisite: FPX 100 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits.
62455 FPX 101 35L3 M/W 03:30 PM 04:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Fluid Power Lab STC 110 2 Smith,Mark FPX 101 Fluid Power Lab: Provides practical experiences in the study of fluid power theory, hydraulics and pneumatics component identification, schematic reading, and basic calculations related to hydraulic and pneumatic systems and their operations. Co-requisite: FPX 100 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits.
HEALTH SCIENCES TECHNOLOGY                      
53161 AHS  115 35ZK   TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Medical Terminology WWW WWW 3 Hunt,Cathy D A study of anatomical, physiological and pathological terminology with emphisis on work structures and definition of root words, suffixes, and prefixes from Greek and Latin.  Additional emphasis is placed on spelling and pronunciation.  Primarily designed for individuals preparing for a career in health care.  No previous knowledge of Greek or Latin is required.  3 credit hours.
53162 AHS  203 35ZK   TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Diversity in Health Care WWW WWW 3 Mattingly,Carole N Introduces students to health care consumers from various cultural backgrounds.  Emphasizes the cultural heritage and diversity existing in contemporary society and cultural factors that affect nontraditiional and underrepresented consumers' access to and use of health care resources.  Broadens students'  perception and undersanding of health /illness and the variety of meanings these terms carry for members of differing sociocultural populations.  3 credit hours.
HISTORY                            
54182 HIS  101 35BJ T/TH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 World Civilization I ADM 201 3 Simmons,Alan D. HIS 101 World Civilization I - Presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from ancient to medieval times.
54186 HIS  109 35BJ T/TH 09:30 AM 10:45 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 History of the US Since 1865 ADM 201 3 Maltby,Lorie A HIS 109 History of the United States since 1865- Examines key political, economic, and social topics that have influenced significantly the American experience from Reconstruction through the contemporary era.
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                    
54263 IET 1301 35BJ M/W 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Safety Culture STC 106 1 Smith,Mark IET 1301 Safety Culture: Introduces the importance of cultivating daily safe work habits and the predictable negative results of not being safety conscious in the work place. Instructs the students in basic safety culture and prepares them to participate in, conduct, and lead safety walk-throughs. Introduces the student to Kiken Yoshi Training (KYT) or Hazard Prediction Training. Prepares the student to conduct risk assessment activities, construct safety boards, and formulate individual safety commitments. Lecture: 1.0 credit.
54265 IET 1304 35BJ T/TH 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Problem Solving STC 106 1 Smith,Mark IET 1304 Problem Solving: 318IET 1302(1) Course ID:0160985S Introduces the fundamental 5S process involving the five step progression described by the Japanese words Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke. Instructs the students in the sequence involving classifying and sorting, ordering and aligning, cleaning and sweeping up, standardizing, and developing a process of sustainable practice in the workplace. Fosters the development of a workplace organization in which safety and efficiency are always paramount. Lecture: 1.0 credit (15 contact hours).Components: Lecture IET 1303(1) Course ID:016099Total Production ManagementInstructs the student in the concepts of value-added product, maintenance value-added product, value-added work and necessary work. Explains the process of how Toyota earns profit. Demonstrates the Toyota Production System for Maintenance using the House framework. Describes and explains the three Ms and the seven Mudas and their relationship to maintenance and production. Lecture: 1.0 credit (15 contact hours). Components: Lecture IET 1304(1) Course ID:016100Problem SolvingIntroduces the Toyota Business Practice model, the 8 step Toyota Problem Solving method, and the 10 part Toyota Drive and Dedication model. Instructs the students to clarify the problem, break it down to analyze it, set achievable targets, analyze the root cause, develop countermeasures, evaluate results and the process, standardize the results, and learn from failures. Fosters the development of a customer first philosophy involving all the stakeholders. Lecture: 1.0 credit
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY                    
54269 IMT  100 35BJ TH 08:00 AM 10:30 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Welding for Maintenance WLD 102 3 Morales,Gilbert J IMT 100 Welding for Maintenance: Provides basic instruction needed for student to weld using SMAW (Stick), GMAW (MIG), GTAW (TIG), and Oxy-Fuel processes. Co-requisite: (IMT 101 or (IMT 1011 - IMT 1014)) or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 3 credits.
54273 IMT  101 35L1 TR 09:15 AM 10:45 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Welding for Maintenance Lab WLD 110 2 Morales,Gilbert J IMT 101 Welding for Maintenance Lab: Provides application of basic welding skills used in SMAW (Stick), GMAW (MIG), GTAW (TIG) and Oxy-Fuel. Co-requisite: IMT 100 or consent. Laboratory: 2 credits.
54275 IMT  110 35BJ M/W 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Industrial Maint Electric Prin STC 111 3 Smith,Mark IMT 110 Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles: Introduces the theory of electricity and magnetism and the relationship of voltage, current, resistance, and power in electrical circuits. Develops an understanding of alternating and direct current fundamentals. Applies formulas to analyze the operation of AC and DC circuits. Co-requisite: IMT 111 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 3 credits.
54277 IMT  111 35L1 M/W 01:45 PM 03:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Industrial Maint Electric Lab STC 111 2 Smith,Mark IMT 111 Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles Lab: Verifies knowledge of basic theory by making measurements in working AC and DC circuits. Provides for the construction of various types of circuits and the measurement of their parameters. Stresses the use of test equipment, safety, and troubleshooting. Co-requisite: IMT 110 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits.
54274 IMT  110 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Industrial Maint Electric Prin WWW WWW 3 Farber III,William Fred IMT 110 Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles: Introduces the theory of electricity and magnetism and the relationship of voltage, current, resistance, and power in electrical circuits. Develops an understanding of alternating and direct current fundamentals. Applies formulas to analyze the operation of AC and DC circuits. Co-requisite: IMT 111 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 3 credits.
54276 IMT  111 35L2 M/W 06:45 PM 08:25 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Industrial Maint Electric Lab STC 111 2 Farber III,William Fred IMT 111Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles Lab: Verifies knowledge of basic theory by making measurements in working AC and DC circuits. Provides for the construction of various types of circuits and the measurement of their parameters. Stresses the use of test equipment, safety, and troubleshooting. Co-requisite: IMT 110 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits.
54278 IMT  198 35BJ T/TH 04:30 PM 05:20 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Practicum STC 106 1 - 8 Smith,Mark IMT 198 Practicum: Provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student¿s educational objectives. Students participating in the Practicum do not receive compensation. Pre-requisite: Permission of Instructor. Practicum: 2 credits.
54279 IMT  289 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Industrial Maint Tech Capstone WWW WWW 1 Farber III,William Fred IMT 289Industrial Maintenance Tech Capstone: Serves as the capstone course for the Industrial Maintenance Technology degree program. Integrates prior learning outcomes into a single integrated learning experience. Includes preparation for an exit exam that all program graduates must take. Pre-requisite: ((BRX 120 or ELT 102) and FPX 100 and FPX 101 and IMT 100and IMT 101 and IMT 110 and IMT 111 and IMT 150 and 151 and IMT 220 and IMT 221) or consent of instructor. Lecture: 1.0 credit.
INTERDISCIPLINARY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                  
54272 IEC  180 35BE T 06:00 PM 08:45 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Approaches/Early Child Ed Curr     3 Murray,Bridget L. IEC 180 Approaches to Early Childhood Education Curriculum- Introduces theoretical perspectives for curriculum in early childhood programs. Teaches the design of curricula and examines the societal factors that impact programmingfor children . Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience.  Prereq.: IEC 101, or IEC 102, or IEC 130 or permission of IECE program coordinator.  This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. A significant part of the course learning is online and as a result, the amount of required classroom seat-time is reduced.  The class meets every other week beginning August 25.
MATHMETICS                          
55092 MAT  150 35BJ T/TH 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 College Algebra LIB 105 3 Taylor,Scott William MAT 150 College Algebra - Includes selected topics in algebra and analytic geometry.  Develops manipulative skills and concepts required for further study in mathematics.  Includes linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and piecewise functions; systems of equations; and an introduction to analyytic geometry.  (students may not receive credit for both MAT 150 and any other college Algebra or Pre-calculus course.  Credit not available on the basis of special exam.) Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).  Pre-requisites: 1. Math ACT score of 22 or above, 2. Math ACT score of 19 21 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop, 3. Successful completion of Intermediate Algebra, MAT 126, or equivalent, or 4.  KCTCS placement exam recommendation.
61431 MAT 126 35BL M/W 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Technic Algebra & Trigonometry A/S 112 3 Hammonds,Jeffrey C MAT 126 Technical Algebra and Trigonometry - Examines mathematical concepts from algebra and trigonometry.  Includes vectors, phasor algebra, variation, trigonometric functions, coordinate systems, system of linear equations, quadratic, rational, exponential and logarithmic equations.  Pre-requisite:  MAT 065 or equivalent as determined by KCTCS placement examination.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
MATHEMATICS WORKSHOP                        
55077 MAT  100 35ZP TBA TBA   8/17/2020 12/13/2020 College Algebra Workshop WWW WWW 2 Jones,Mei MAT 100 College Algebra Workshop - Provides parallel and supplemental review of algebra skills needed for success in college algebra for students with Math ACT of 19-21. (Credit not available by special exam; withdrawal from MAT 100 requires withdrawal from MAT 150; can be offered pass/fail or letter grade basis.) Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contacts hours).  Pre-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in MAT 150.  NOTE:  Effective Fall 2010 ACT 19
55076 MAT  150 35ZP TBA TBA   8/17/2020 12/13/2020 College Algebra WWW WWW 3 Jones,Mei MAT 150 College Algebra - Includes selected topics in algebra and analytic geometry.  Develops manipulative skills and concepts required for further study in mathematics.  Includes linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and piecewise functions; systems of equations; and an introduction to analyytic geometry.  (students may not receive credit for both MAT 150 and any other college Algebra or Pre-calculus course.  Credit not available on the basis of special exam.) Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).  Pre-requisites: 1. Math ACT score of 22 or above, 2. Math ACT score of 19 21 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop, 3. Successful completion of Intermediate Algebra, MAT 126, or equivalent, or 4.  KCTCS placement exam recommendation.
61123 MAT 100 35BP TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 College Algebra Workshop WWW WWW 2 Wells,Rebecca MAT 100 College Algebra Workshop - Provides parallel and supplemental review of algebra skills needed for success in college algebra for students with Math ACT of 19-21. (Credit not available by special exam; withdrawal from MAT 100 requires withdrawal from MAT 150; can be offered pass/fail or letter grade basis.) Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contacts hours).  Pre-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in MAT 150.  NOTE:  Effective Fall 2010 ACT 19
61122 MAT 150 35BP TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 College Algebra WWW WWW 3 Wells,Rebecca MAT 150 College Algebra - Includes selected topics in algebra and analytic geometry.  Develops manipulative skills and concepts required for further study in mathematics.  Includes linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and piecewise functions; systems of equations; and an introduction to analyytic geometry.  (students may not receive credit for both MAT 150 and any other college Algebra or Pre-calculus course.  Credit not available on the basis of special exam.) Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).  Pre-requisites: 1. Math ACT score of 22 or above, 2. Math ACT score of 19 21 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop, 3. Successful completion of Intermediate Algebra, MAT 126, or equivalent, or 4.  KCTCS placement exam recommendation.
PSYCHOLOGY                          
54383 PSY  110 35BY TH 12:30 PM 03:00 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 General Psychology 35ADM209 209 3 Burzynski,Peter R. PSY 110 General Psychology- Introduces the history, methods and content of modern psychology. Covers the history and and systems of psychology , psychological research, physiological psychology, psychological processes, developmental psychology, personality, abnirmal behavior and social psychology. Preque or Co-req.: Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS or completion of, or concurrent enrollment in transitional reading course(s). Fulfills Social Behavioral Science general ed. requirement.
54382 PSY  110 35BE TH 06:00 PM 07:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 General Psychology ADM 209 3 Burzynski,Peter R. PSY 110 General Psychology- Introduces the history, methods and content of modern psychology. Covers the history and and systems of psychology , psychological research, physiological psychology, psychological processes, developmental psychology, personality, abnirmal behavior and social psychology. Preque or Co-req.: Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS or completion of, or concurrent enrollment in transitional reading course(s). Fulfills Social Behavioral Science general ed. requirement. This is a hybrid class with significant online content.
54390 PSY  110 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 General Psychology WWW WWW 3 Vaught,Christopher Andy PSY 110 General Psychology- Introduces the history, methods and content of modern psychology. Covers the history and and systems of psychology , psychological research, physiological psychology, psychological processes, developmental psychology, personality, abnormal behavior and social psychology. Preque or Co-req.: Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS or completion of, or concurrent enrollment in transitional reading course(s). Fulfills Social Behavioral Science general ed. requirement. This course is via the internet.
54438 PSY  223 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Developmental Psychology WWW WWW 3 Vaught,Christopher Andy PSY 223 Developmental Psychology- Examines physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development throughout the lifespan from conception to death. Reviews concepts, principles, and theories of developmental psychology. Explores influences upon psychological development such as heredity, culture, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and gender. Prereq.: PSY 100 or PY 110. Fulfills a Social Behavioral Science general education requirement. This course is via the internet.
54442 PSY  230 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Psycho Aspects of Death/Dying WWW WWW 3 Bonne DeMuth,Martha S PSY 230 Psychosocial Aspects of Death/Dying- Examines the biophysiological, psychological, sociological and cultural aspects of death and dying in the evloving global world. Explores variations in the behaviors and attitudes associated with death, dying, and bereavement,with particular attention to the contexts (e.g., cultural, familial, historical, life span developmental) in which thses variations occur. (Prereq: PSY 110 or SOC 101, or consent of instructor.) Fulfills a Social Behavioral Science and Cultural Studies general education requirement.
54445 PSY  298 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Essentials Abnormal Psychology WWW WWW 3 Bonne DeMuth,Martha S PSY 298 Essentials of Abnormal Psychology- Provides an overview of the theories, dianoses, and treatments of psychological disorders. Covers the biological, psychological, and social factors that influence the etiology, understanding, and management of psychopathology within society. Prereq.: PSY 110 or consent of instructor. Fulfills a Social Behavioral Science general education requirement. This course is via the Internet.
PSYCHOLOGY WITH READING                        
54381 PSY  110 35BP TH 06:00 PM 07:15 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 General Psychology ADM 209 3 Burzynski,Peter R. PSY 110 General Psychology- Introduces the history, methods and content of modern psychology. Covers the history and and systems of psychology , psychological research, physiological psychology, psychological processes, developmental psychology, personality, abnirmal behavior and social psychology. Preque or Co-req.: Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS or completion of, or concurrent enrollment in transitional reading course(s). Fulfills Social Behavioral Science general ed. requirement. This is a hybrid class with significant online content. Class must be taken with RDG 100-35BP.
54380 RDG  100 35BP TH 07:30 PM 8:25 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Reading Workshop ADM 208 2 Roberts,Adrian RDG 100 Reading Workshop- Improves reading comprehension and vocabulary of expository materials by improving student's comprehension processes and reading-related study skills. Applies strategies and skills taught in the courseare applied to college level materials. Prereq.: KCTCS Placement Policy. Class must be taken with PSY 110-35BP.
60731 PSY 110 35YP TH 12:30 PM 1:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 General Psychology ADM 209 3 Burzynski,Peter R. PSY 110 General Psychology- Introduces the history, methods and content of modern psychology. Covers the history and and systems of psychology , psychological research, physiological psychology, psychological processes, developmental psychology, personality, abnormal behavior and social psychology. Preque or Co-req.: Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS or completion of, or concurrent enrollment in transitional reading course(s). Fulfills Social Behavioral Science general ed. requirement. Class must be taken with RDG 100-35P2.
60728 RDG 100 35YP T 12:30 PM 01:25 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Reading Workshop ADM 202 2 Burton,Sharon K RDG 100 Reading Workshop- Improves reading comprehension and vocabulary of expository materials by improving student's comprehension processes and reading-related study skills. Applies strategies and skills taught in the courseare applied to college level materials. Prereq.: KCTCS Placement Policy. Class must be taken with PSY 110-35BP.
SOCIOLOGY                          
54475 SOC  101 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro to Sociology WWW WWW 3 Brown,Samuel Richard SOC 101 Intro to Sociology- Introduces the concepts and methods of sociology including investigation of socialization, group processes, social inequality, social institutions, and social change. Fulfills a Social/Behavioral Science general ed. requirement. This course is via the internet.
WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES                      
54551 WGS  201 35ZJ TBA TBA   8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Intro Wmn's Gnder Stds Art Hum WWW WWW 3 Griffis,Katie L. WGS 201 Introduction to Women¿s and Gender Studies in the Arts and Humanities- Fulfills Arts and Humanities general education and Cultural Studies requirements. Introduces women¿s and gender studies from a humanities perspective, using a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approach including art and literature. Examines issues and problems of women in contemporary society through the lens of race, gender, class, and socio-political spheres. This course is via the internet.
WELDING TECHNOLOGY                        
54540 WLD  110 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Cutting Processes WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 110 Cutting Processes: A working knowledge of various cutting processes used by the welding industry. Will include, but is not limited to, safety, theory of operation, setup and operating techniques, troubleshooting and making minor equipment repairs, terms and definitions, identification, evaluation, repair and prevention of discontinuities of cut surfaces. Includes oxy-fuel cutting, plasma arc cutting, exothermic cutting, air carbon arc cutting, shielded metal arc cutting, and mechanical cutting process. Lecture: 2 credits  Co-requisite: WLD 111 or Consent of Instructor.
54548 WLD  111 35L1 M/W 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Cutting Processes Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 111 Cutting Processes Lab: Designed to provide the student with practical experience to become proficient in the use of various metal cutting processes. Safety, setup, and operating techniques are employed. Students will troubleshoot and make minor repairs to equipment. Students will also learn to identify, repair, and prevent reoccurrence of cut surface discontinuities. Processes shall include, but not limited to: OFC, PAC, AAC, and mechanical methods. Various materials will be used where appropriate. Lab: 3 credits Co-requisite: WLD 110 or Consent of Instructor.
54554 WLD  120 35BJ T/TH 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Shielded Metal Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 120 Shielded Metal Arc Welding: Teaches students the identification, inspection, and maintenance of SMAW electrodes; principles of SMAW; the effects of variables on the SMAW process to weld plate and pipe; and metallurgy. Lecture: 2 credits. Co-requisite: WLD 121 or Consent of Instructor.
54561 WLD  121 35L1 T/TH 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Shield Metal ArcWld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 121 Shield Metal Arc Wld Fillet Lab: Provides laboratory experiences in which the student acquires the manipulative skills to perform fillet welds in all positions. Lab: 3 credits. Co-requisite: WLD 120 or Consent of Instructor.
54560 WLD  120 35BK M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Shielded Metal Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 120 Shielded Metal Arc Welding: Teaches students the identification, inspection, and maintenance of SMAW electrodes; principles of SMAW; the effects of variables on the SMAW process to weld plate and pipe; and metallurgy. Lecture: 2 credits. Co-requisite: WLD 121 or Consent of Instructor.
54562 WLD  121 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Shield Metal ArcWld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 121 Shield Metal Arc Wld Fillet Lab: Provides laboratory experiences in which the student acquires the manipulative skills to perform fillet welds in all positions. Lab: 3 credits. Co-requisite: WLD 120 or Consent of Instructor.
54568 WLD  130 35BK M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 130 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding: Identification, inspection, and maintenance of GTAW machines; identification, selection and storage of GTAW electrodes; principles of GTAW; the effects of variables on the GTAW process; and metallurgy. This course also teaches the theory and application of Plasma Arc Cutting. Co-requisite: WLD 131 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 2 credits.
54574 WLD  131 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Tngstn Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 131 Gas Tungsten Arc Weld Fillet Lab: Teaches the necessary manipulative skills needed to apply the Gas Tungsten Arc on various joint designs on plate with both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Plasma Arc cutting included. Co-requisite: WLD 130 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits.
54566 WLD  130 35BJ T/TH 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 130 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding: Identification, inspection, and maintenance of GTAW machines; identification, selection and storage of GTAW electrodes; principles of GTAW; the effects of variables on the GTAW process; and metallurgy. This course also teaches the theory and application of Plasma Arc Cutting. Co-requisite: WLD 131 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 2 credits.
54571 WLD  131 35L1 T/TH 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Tngstn Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 131 Gas Tungsten Arc Weld Fillet Lab: Teaches the necessary manipulative skills needed to apply the Gas Tungsten Arc on various joint designs on plate with both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Plasma Arc cutting included. Co-requisite: WLD 130 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits.
54597 WLD  133 35L1 T/TH 08:00 AM 10:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Tungsten Arc Wld GrooveLab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 133 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Groove Lab: Teaches the method of operation and application of the gas tungsten arc welding process for welding groove welds in both ferrous and non-ferrous plate in all positions. Pre-requisite: WLD 130 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits.
54604 WLD  140 35BK M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Metal Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 140 Gas Metal Arc Welding: Identification, inspection, and maintenance of GMAW machines; identification, selection, and storage of GMAW electrodes; principles of GMAW; and the effects of variables on the GMAW process. Theory and applications of related processes such as FCAW and SAW and metallurgy are also included. Lecture: 2 credits.
54611 WLD  141 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 141Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab: Teaches the practical application and manipulative skills of Gas Metal Arc Welding and the proper safety situations needed in this process. Both ferrous and non-ferrous metals will be covered, as well as various joint designs on plate in all positions. Co-requisite: WLD 140 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits.
54602 WLD  140 35BJ T/TH 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Metal Arc Welding WLD 102 2 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 140 Gas Metal Arc Welding: Identification, inspection, and maintenance of GMAW machines; identification, selection, and storage of GMAW electrodes; principles of GMAW; and the effects of variables on the GMAW process. Theory and applications of related processes such as FCAW and SAW and metallurgy are also included. Lecture: 2 credits.
54607 WLD  141 35L1 T/TH 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 141Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab: Teaches the practical application and manipulative skills of Gas Metal Arc Welding and the proper safety situations needed in this process. Both ferrous and non-ferrous metals will be covered, as well as various joint designs on plate in all positions. Co-requisite: WLD 140 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits.
54668 WLD  143 35L1 T/TH 01:00 PM 03:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Gas Metal Arc Wlding GrooveLab WLD 110 3 Smith,Mark WLD 143 Gas Metal Arc Welding Groove Lab: Teaches the method of operation and application of the gas metal arc welding process for welding groove welds in both ferrous and non-ferrous plate in all positions using both short circuiting and spray transfer where appropriate. Pre-requisite: WLD 140 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 3 credits
58581 WLD  227 35BJ M/W 01:00 PM 03:30 PM 8/24/2020 12/13/2020 Shield Metal ArcWld Pipe Lab A WLD 102 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 227 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Pipe Lab A - Teaches the required manipulative skills to arc weld pipe using mild steel electrodes in the 2G and 5G positions including proper pipe preparations, electrodes, safety precautions, and welding sequences.  Fillet welds on pipe joints are also included in 2F, 2FR, 4F, and 5F positions.  Lab: 3 credits (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio).  Pre-requisite: WLD 225 or Consent of Instructor
   
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