HCC FALL 2021 15-WEEK BITERM CLASS SCHEDULE  
Class Nbr Subject Catalog Section Pat Begin Time End Time Start Date End Date Descr Building Room Min Units Instructor Name Class Note
ACCOUNTING                          
50991 ACC  201 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Financial Accounting WWW   3 Joy,Brian A ACC 201 - Financial Accounting - Presents generally accepted accounting principles used for the measurement and reporting of financial information in the financial statements.  Pre-requisite: Quantitative Reason College-Readiness or Consent of the Instructor.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 Contact hours)
50993 ACC  202 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Managerial Accounting WWW   3 Joy,Brian A ACC 202 - Managerial Accounting - An introduction to the use of accounting data within an organization to analyze and solve problems and to make organization to analyze and solve problems and to make planning and control decisions.  Pre-requisite: ACC 201 or ACT 101 and ACT 102.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
AGRICULTURE                          
50995 AGR  125 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro Fertilizers and Soils WWW   3 Martin,Rachel T. AGR 125 - Introduction to Fertilizers and Soils - Introduces practical aspects of soils and fertilizers as related to plant growth and production.  Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours).  Lab: 1.0 credits (30 contact hours)
50998 AGR  125 35ZL   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro Fertilizers and Soils WWW   3 Martin,Rachel T. AGR 125 - Introduction to Fertilizers and Soils - Introduces practical aspects of soils and fertilizers as related to plant growth and production.  Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours).  Lab: 1.0 credits (30 contact hours)
51007 AGR  130 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Field Applications in Agric WWW   3 Cherry,Audie L. AGR 130 - Field Applications in Agriculture - Includes methods of solving many application problems encourntered in agriculture using applied mathematical and logic skills.  Emphasizes practical mathematical skills already acquired from secondary education to address agricultural situations involving computations necessary for upper level courses in agriculture.  Requires some knowledge of agricultural situations.  Pre-requisite: MAT 055 or equivalent placement level.  Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours)
51008 AGR  160 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Horticultural Science WWW   3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 160 - Horticultural Science - A study of the practical principles and practices used in horticulture.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
51011 AGR  180 35ZL   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Agricultural Internship I WWW   3 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)
51009 AGR  215 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Weed Management WWW   3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 215 - Weed Management - Examines the nature of crop/weed interactions and explores various weed control methods.  Explores weed identification, biology, ecology, and modern management principles.  Pre-requisite: AGR 250.  Lecture/Lab: 3.0 credits (60 contact hours)
51001 AGR  240 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Animal Science WWW   3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 240 - Introduction to 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: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours) Lab: 1.0 credits (30 contact hours)
51006 AGR  240 35L1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Animal Science WWW   3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 240 - Introduction to 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: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours) Lab: 1.0 credits (30 contact hours)
ART                            
51144 ART  100 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Art 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.
BIOLOGY                            
51021 BIO  112 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Biology WWW   3 Abram,Natalie B BIO 112 - Introduction to Biology - Basic study of structure, function and interactions of living organisms including cell theory, genetics, energetics, evolution, and ecology.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
51022 BIO  113 35X1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Biology Laboratory WWW   1 Abram,Natalie B BIO 113 - Introduction to Biology Lab - Emphasizes basic laboratory studies of structure, function and interactions of living organisms including cell theory, genetics, energetics, evolution, and ecology.  Pre-requisites/Co-requisite: BIO 112 (If a student taking the courses concurrently falls or withdraws from BIO 112, they may continue to complete and earn credit for BIO 113 with instructor's consent.) Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
56916 BIO  120 3501 M/W 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ecology 35LIB 208 3 STAFF 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 (45 contact hours)
56919 BIO  121 35L1 M/W 9:30 AM 10:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ecology Laboratory 35A/T 00211 1 STAFF BIO 121 - Human Ecology Laboratory - Basic laboratory studies of interactions among living organisms and their environment including biochemical cycling, trophic structures, sustainability and human impacts on the environment.  Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: BIO 120 or BIO 124. Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
51029 BIO  135 35X1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Basic Anatomy/Physiology w/Lab WWW   3 Hunt,Cathy D BIO 135 - Basic Anatomy and Physiology with Laboratory - Presents the fundamental structure of the human body and the physiological mechanisms involved in normal functioning are presented in laboratory activities.  Pre-requisite: Minimum ACT Composite score 16 (or KCTCS determined equivalency); OR completion with "C" or better of any college biology or chemistry course; OR ACT of 13-15 with co-requisite OR supplemental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51030 BIO  137 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab WWW   3 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51031 BIO  137 35X1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab WWW   1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51032 BIO  137 3501 T/TH 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35STC 309 3 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51033 BIO  137 35L1 TU 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51034 BIO  137 35L2 TH 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51035 BIO  137 3502 M/W 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35STC 309 3 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51037 BIO  137 35L3 M 09:30 AM 10:45 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51038 BIO  137 35L4 W 09:30 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys I with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 137 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory - The interrelationship of structure and function of each body system will be presented in two semesters.  The first semester will include basic chemistry, cell structure, cell physiology, metabolism, tissues, and integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.  Pre-requisite: College readiness in math, reading, and English; OR successful completion (C or better) of a college biology or chemistry course; OR consent of instructor for enrollment in co-requisite supllmental instruction; OR consent of instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours); Lab: 1.0 credit (30 contact hours)
51039 BIO  139 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab WWW   3 Hunt,Cathy D BIO 139 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory - 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); Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
51040 BIO  139 35X1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab WWW   1 Hunt,Cathy D BIO 139 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory - 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); Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
51041 BIO  139 3501 M/W 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab 35STC 309 3 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory - 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); Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
51042 BIO  139 35L1 M 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory - 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); Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
51043 BIO  139 35L2 W 02:00 PM 04:00 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Ana & Phys II with Lab 35A/T 00210 1 Furbush,Frank H BIO 139 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory - 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); Laboratory: 1 credit (30 contact hours)
BLUEPRINT READING                          
51054 BRX  120 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Basic Blueprint Reading 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 (45 contact hours)
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                        
51014 BAS  160 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Business 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 contact hours)
51016 BAS  267 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Business Law WWW   3 Phelps,Barry D BAS 267 - Introduction to Business Law - Introduces the state and federal court systems, tort and criminal law, law of contracts, partnership, sale of goods, government regulations, bailment, negotiable instruments, methods of research, and the judicial system (discovery-trial, and appellate processes.) Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
51018 BAS  282 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Principles of Marketing WWW   3 Joy,Brian A BAS 282 - Principles of Marketing - Introduces marketing functions as it applies to various types of business organizations with attention to the marketing concept, including the marketing mix of product, price, promotion, and distribution decisions; international marketing; and social responsibility.  Pre-requisite: BAS 160 or Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                    
51063 CIT  105 35Z2   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Computers WWW   3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 105 - Introduction to Computers - Provides an introduction to the computer and the convergence of technology as used in today's global environment.  Introduces topics including computer hardware and softwre, file management, the Internet, email, the social web, green computing, security and computer ethics.  Presents basic use of application, programming, systems, and utility software.  Basic keyboarding skills are strongly recommended.  Pre-requisite:  RDG 20 or Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
51066 CIT  105 35Y2 TU 09:30 AM 10:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introduction to Computers 35A&S 00228 3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 105 - Introduction to Computers - Provides an introduction to the computer and the convergence of technology as used in today's global environment.  Introduces topics including computer hardware and softwre, file management, the Internet, email, the social web, green computing, security and computer ethics.  Presents basic use of application, programming, systems, and utility software.  Basic keyboarding skills are strongly recommended.  Pre-requisite:  RDG 20 or Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
51067 CIT  111 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Computer Hardware and Software WWW   3 Phelps,Barry D CIT 111 - Computer Hardware and Software - Presents a practical view of computer hardware and client operating systems.  Covers computer hardware components; troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance; operating system interfaces and management tools; networking compoonents; computer security; and operational procedures.  Pre-requisite: (CIT 105 and MAT 065) OR Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 4.0 credits (60 contact hours)
51068 CIT  120 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Computational Thinking WWW   3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 120 - Computational Thinking - Promotes understanding of computer programming and logic by teaching students to think like a computer.  Covers skills needed to develop and design language-independent solutions to solve computer-related programs.  Covers development and design basics including use of variables, control and data structures, and principles of command-line and object-oriented languages.  Pre-requisites:  MAT 085 or (MAT 126 or higher) OR Consent of Instructor.  Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: CIT 105.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours).
51069 CIT  144 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Python I WWW   3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 144 - Python I - Introduces students to fundamental programming concepts using the Python programming language.  Includes data types, control structures, simple data structures, error-handling, modular programming, object-oriented programming, graphical user interfaces and file processing.  Pre-requisite:  CIT 120 or Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
51070 CIT  160 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Networking Concepts WWW   3 Phelps,Barry D CIT 160 - Intro to Networking Concepts - Introduces technical level concepts of non-vendor specific networking including technologies, media, topologies, devices, management tools, and security.  Provides the basics of how to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure.  Pre-requisite:  MAT 65 OR Consent of Instructor.  Pre-requisite Or Co-requisite: CIT 111 OR Consent of Instructor Lecture: 4.0 credits (60 contact hours)
51071 CIT  170 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Database Design Fundamentals WWW   3 Chappell,Carla Michelle CIT 170 - Database Design Fundamentals - Provides an overview of database and database management system concepts, internal design models, normalization, network data models, development tools, and applications.  Pre-requisite: (CIT 105 OR OST 105 OR IMD 100) AND (MAT 085 or MAT 126) OR Consent of Instructor.  Lecture 3.0 credits (45 contact hours).
COMMUNICATIONS                          
51147 COM  181 3501 T/TH 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Basic Public Speaking 35LIB 00205 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.
51153 COM  181 3502 M/W 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Basic Public Speaking 35LIB 00205 3 Strawn,Anthony A 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.
51183 COM  252 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Interpersonal Comm 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 course fulfills an oral communications requirement is via the internet.
51187 COM  249 3501 M/W 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Mass Media Communication 35LIB 00105 3 Taylor,Scott William COM 249 Mass Media Communication- Examines Mass Media messages, audiences, technologies, and regulations in a global society. Prereq.:Current KCTCS placement scores for College Level reading and writing, or consent of instructor. Fulfills social behavior science requirement.
ECONOMICS                          
51193 ECO  201 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Principles of Microeconomics WWW   3 Jones,Connell J. ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics - Covers the allocation of scarce resources from the viewpoint of individual economic units. Topics include supply and demand, elasticity, costs, and markets. Fulfills social behavior science requirement. This course is via the internet.
EDUCATION                          
51197 EDP  202 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Development & Learning 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.
51202 EDU  140 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Behavior Management WWW   3 Blair,Adam T. EDU 140 Introduction to Behavior Management- Introduces behavior management strategies that encourage respect and value individual differences among children, youth, and adults and how consequences should be used to motivate positive student behavior. Includes focus on chronic behavior problems. Requires 10 hours of field work. Prereq.: ENG 101. This course is via the internet.
51534 EDU  201 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to American Education 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. Requires a minimum of 15 clock hours of field observation in an approved educational setting. Prereq.: ENG 101 or consent of instructor. This course is via the internet.
51529 EDU  204 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Technology In the Classroom 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. Fulfills digital literacy graduation requirement. This course is via the internet.
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                        
51073 EET  276 3501 M/W 02:00 PM 03:00 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Programmable Logic Controllers 35STC 108 3 Farber III,William Fred EET 276 - Programmable Logic Controllers - Introduces principles and applications of programmable logic controllers including installation, logic fundamentals, and numbering systems; basic programming of inputs, outputs, timers, and counters, comparators, basic data manipulation, and safety circuits of industrial PLCs.  Pre-requisite: EET 270 or EET 268 or EET 274 with a minimum grade of C or consent of Electrical Technology program advisor(s).  Co-requisite: EET 277.  Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours)
51074 EET  277 35L1 M/W 03:00 PM 04:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Programmable Logic Control Lab 35STC 108 3 Farber III,William Fred EET 277 - Programmable Logic Controllers Lab - Provides practical applications of programmable logic controllers including installation, logic fundamentals, and numbering systems; basic programming of inputs, outputs, timers, and counters, comparators, basic data manipulation, and safety circuits of industrial.  Pre-requisite: EET 271 OR EET 269 OR EET 275 with a minimum grade of "C" or consent of Electric Technology program advisor(s).  Co-requisite: EET 276.  Lab: 2.0 credits (60 contact hours)
ENGLISH                            
52630 ENG  101 3502 M/W 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing I 35ADM 00202 3 Humbert,Jaimie Lauren 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.)
52698 ENG  101 3504 M/W 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing I 35ADM 00202 3 Burton,Sharon K 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.)
52699 ENG  101 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing I 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.
52613 ENG  102 3502 T/TH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing II 35ADM 00208 3 Johnson,Kenneth Darrell 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, addressing specific audiences, and researching and documenting credible academic sources. (Prereq.: ENG 101 or equivalent)
52615 ENG  102 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing II WWW   3 Johnson,Kenneth Darrell 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, addressing specific audiences, and researching and documenting credible academic sources. (Prereq.: ENG 101 or equivalent). This course is via the internet.
ENGLISH WITH WORKSHOPS                        
52317 ENG  100 35P2 M/W 09:30 AM 10:20 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 English Workshop 35ADM 00202 3 Humbert,Jaimie Lauren ENG 100 English Workshop- This course must be taken concurrently with ENG 101-35P2 class #
52629 ENG  101 35P2 M/W 08:00 AM 09:20 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Writing I 35ADM 00202 3 Humbert,Jaimie Lauren ENG 101 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. Note: Must be taken concurrently with ENG 100-35P2 class #52317
 FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE                        
51675 FYE  105 35Z2 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Achieving Academic Success WWW   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, it fulfills a graduation requirement for AA and AS degrees and is via the internet.
51676 FYE  105 35Z3 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Achieving Academic Success WWW   3 Strawn,Anthony A 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 course fulfills a graduation requirement for AA and AS degrees is via the internet.
51689 FYE  105 3501 M/W 12:30 PM 01:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Achieving Academic Success 35LIB 00205 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 fulfills a graduation requirement for AA and AS degrees and is a15-week course.
51690 FYE  105 35Y1 TU 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Achieving Academic Success 35LIB 00205 3 Strawn,Anthony A 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 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.
51693 FYE  105 35E1 W 06:00 PM 08:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Achieving Academic Success 35STC 309 3 Howell,Stacey Kathleen 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 fulfills a graduation requirement for AA and AS degrees and is a 16-week, evening hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component.
FLUID POWER                          
51075 FPX  100 3501 T/TH 03:30 PM 04:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Fluid Power 35STC 109 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 (45 contact hours)
51076 FPX  101 35L1 T/TH 04:45 PM 06:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Fluid Power Lab 35STC 110 3 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 (60 contact hours)
HEALTH SCIENCES TECHNOLOGY                      
52276 AHS  115 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Medical Terminology WWW   3 Hunt,Cathy D Medical Terminology: A study of anatomical, physiological and pathological terminology with emphasis on word 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. Lecture: 3 hrs. Components: Lecture Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
52279 AHS  203 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Diversity in Health Care WWW   3 Mattingly,Carole N Diversity in Health Care: Introduces students to heath care consumers from various cultural backgrounds. Emphasizes the cultural heritage and diversity existing in contemporary society and cultural factors that affect nontraditional and underrepresented consumers¿ access to and use of health care resources. Broadens students¿ perception and understanding of health/illness and the variety of meanings these terms carry for members of differing sociocultural populations. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).Components: Lecture Attributes: Technical
HISTORY                            
51701 HIS  101 3501 T/TH 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 World Civilization I 35A&S 00111 3 Simmons,Alan D. HIS 101 World Civilization I - Presents a multicultural survey of world cultures and global issues from ancient to medieval times. Fulfills a heritage and cultural studies requirements.
51708 HIS  109 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 History of the US Since 1865 35ADM 00201 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. Fulfills a Heritage general education requirement.
HUMAN SERVICES                          
51936 HMS  101 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Human Services Survey WWW   3 Toy,Nicole R HMS 101 Human Services Survey- Examines community human services agencies regarding their organization, service delivery system, Staffing, patterns, and funding sources. Explores the origin and development of the social welfare system as well as social welfare policy. This course is via the internet.
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                    
51077 IET 1301 3501 T/TH 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Safety Culture 35STC 106 3 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 students 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 (15 contact hours)
51078 IET 1304 3501 M/W 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Problem Solving 35STC 106 3 Smith,Mark IET 1304 - Problem Solving - Introduces 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 (15 contact hours)
INTERDISCIPLINARY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                  
51985 IEC  170 35Y1 TU 06:00 PM 08:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment 35A&S 00202 3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51985 IEC  170 35Y1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Observation and Assessment TBA   3 STAFF IEC  170 Observation and Assessment- Presents the process of observation, documentation, and assessment. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. (Prereq.: IEC 101 or IEC 102 or IEC 130 or permission of program coordinator.) This is a hybrid course. It includes both a face-to-face component and an Internet component. Meets every other Tuesday beginning Aug. 24.
51990 IEC  240 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Admin of Early Childhood Ed WWW   3 Murray,Bridget L. IEC 240 Administration of Early Childhood Education- Focuses on the administrative responsibilities of creating and implementing education programs for children and their families. Includes ten (10) hours of required field experience. This course is via the Internet.
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY                    
51079 IMT  100 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Welding for Maintenance 35WLD 00102 3 Morales,Gilbert J IMT 100 - Welcing for Maintenance - Provides basic instruction needed for student to weld using SMAW (Stick), SMAW (MIG), GTAW (TIG), and Oxy-Fuel processes.  Co-requisite: (IMT 101 or (IMT 1011-IMT 1014)) or Consent of Instructor.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
51080 IMT  101 35L1 M/W 09:15 AM 10:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Welding for Maintenance Lab 35WLD 00110 3 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 (60 contact hours)
51081 IMT  110 3501 T/TH 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Industrial Maint Electric Prin 35STC 111 3 Farber III,William Fred IMT 110 - Industrial Maintenance Electrical Principles - Introduces the theory of electricity of 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 (45 contact hours)
51082 IMT  111 35L1 T/TH 01:45 PM 03:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Industrial Maint Electric Lab 35STC 111 3 Farber III,William Fred 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 (60 contact hours)
51083 IMT  198 3501 M/W 04:30 PM 05:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Practicum 35STC 106 3 Smith,Mark IMT 198 - Instructor Consent Required Practicum - Provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objective.  Students participating in the Co-op Education program receive compensation for their work.  Pre-requisite: Permission of Instructor.  Practicum: 1-8 credits (75-600 contact hours)
51084 IMT  289 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Industrial Maint Tech Capstone WWW   3 Smith,Mark IMT 289 - Industrial Maintenance Technology 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 100 and 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 (15 contact hours)
MATHEMATICS                          
51085 MAT   61 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Foundations of College Algebra WWW   3 STAFF MAT 61 - Foundations of College Algebra - Prepares students to take College Algebra with College Algebra Workshop.  Introduces operations on integers, decimals, and fractions; ratios, proportions, and percents; simplifying radicals and algebraic expressions; solving linear and quadratic equations; liner inequalities; solving formulas; factoring; slope and graphing lines.  Pre-requisite: KCTCS Placement Policy.  Lecture: 4 credits (60 contact hours)
51087 MAT  126 3501 T/TH 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Technic Algebra & Trigonometry 35A&S 00113 3 Jones,Mei 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: 1. MAT 061, MAT 065, MAT 071, MAT 075, or MAT 085, OR Completion of MAT 055 and concurrent enrollment in MAT 126S, OR KCTCS Placement policy.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
51095 MAT  150 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 College Algebra 35A&S 00113 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 analytic geometry.  (Students may not receive credit for both MAT 150 and any other College Algebra or Pre-calculus course.  Credit not available on the asis of special exam.)  Pre-requisite: 1. Math ACT score of 22 or above; 2. Math ACT score of 19-21 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop; 3. Successful completion of MAT 061, MAT 065, or MAT 075 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop; 4.  Successful completion of MAT 071, MAT 085, MAT 126, or equivalent; or 5. KCTCS placement exam recommendation.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).
MATHEMATICS WORKSHOP                        
51097 MAT  100 35P1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 College Algebra Workshop WWW   2 Taylor,Scott William MAT 100 - College Algebra Workshop - Provides parallel and supplemental review of algebra skills needed for success in college algebra for students with a 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 contact hours). Pre-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in MAT 150.  NOTE:  Effective Fall 2010 ACT 19
51091 MAT  150 35P1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 College Algebra WWW   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 analytic geometry.  (Students may not receive credit for both MAT 150 and any other College Algebra or Pre-calculus course.  Credit not available on the asis of special exam.)  Pre-requisite: 1. Math ACT score of 22 or above; 2. Math ACT score of 19-21 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop; 3. Successful completion of MAT 061, MAT 065, or MAT 075 with concurrent MAT 100 workshop; 4.  Successful completion of MAT 071, MAT 085, MAT 126, or equivalent; or 5. KCTCS placement exam recommendation.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).
MUSIC                            
52025 MUS  100 3501 T/TH 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Music 35LIB 00105 3 Reeves,Patricia Louise MUS 100 Introduction to Music- Introduces the elements of music as they apply to the listening experience. Emphasizing the development of an awareness and understanding of musical styles from Middle Ages to the present. Designed for the non-music major with no prior knowledge of music and not intended to fulfill a program course requirement for music majors. Fulfills an Arts and Humanities general education requirement.
PHILOSOPHY                          
52026 PHI  150 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Business Ethics WWW   3 Green,Stuart Allen PHI 150  Business Ethics- Presents ethical theories and techniques of moral reasoning used to analyze moral issues in business. Applies ethics and reasoning to current issues of management, employees, government, public safety, and the environment. Fulfills a Humanities general education requirement. This course is via the internet.
PHYSICS                            
51107 PHY  151 3501 M/W 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Introductory Physics I 35A&S 00108 3 Hammonds,Jeffrey C PHY 151 - Introductory Physics I - Focuses on the conceptual principles of mechanics of solids, liquids, gases, heat, and sound using some algebra.  Credit is not given to students who already have credit for PHY 201 or PHY 231.  Companion lecture to PHY 161 laboratory.  Pre-requisite: KCTCS placement in College Algebra or completion of Intermediate Algebra.  Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
POLITICAL SCIENCE                          
52102 POL  101 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 American Government WWW   3 Maltby,Lorie A POL 101 American Government- Examines national government and the political processes in the United States, with emphasis on the Constitution, the President, Congress, and the judicial system.  Focuses on the nature of American democracy, political challenges and opportunities. This course fulfills a social and behavioral science general education requirement and is via the internet.
PSYCHOLOGY                          
52103 PSY  110 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 General Psychology WWW   3 Bonne DeMuth,Martha S 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. Prereq.: 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.
52105 PSY  223 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Developmental Psychology 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.
PSYCHOLOGY WITH READING                        
52186 PSY  110 35P1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 General Psychology WWW   3 Bonne DeMuth,Martha S 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. Prereq.: 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 needs to be taken concurrently with RDG 100-35P1 #52209.
52209 RDG  100 35P1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Reading Workshop WWW   3 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 course are applied to college level materials. Prereq.: KCTCS Placement Policy. Class must be taken concurrently with PSY 110-35P1 #52186 and is via the internet.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES                          
52227 REL  130 35Y1 M 11:00 AM 12:20 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Comparative Religion 35LIB 00206 3 Winstead,Laura S. REL 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion- Introduces students to a comparative analysis of world religions, emphasizing beliefs, rituals, artistic expressions, and cultural and social organization. Includes both Eastern and Western religions. Fulfills both a Cultural Studies requirement and either a Humanities or a Social/Behavioral Science gen. ed. requirement.
52229 REL  130 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Comparative Religion WWW   3 Brunet,Dani REL 130 Introduction to Comparative Religion- Introduces students to a comparative analysis of world religions, emphasizing beliefs, rituals, artistic expressions, and cultural and social organization. Includes both Eastern and Western religions. Fulfills both a Cultural Studies requirement and either a Humanities or a Social/Behavioral Science gen. ed. requirement. This course is via the internet.
SOCIOLOGY                          
52258 SOC  101 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Sociology 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.
SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE                      
52266 SPA  101 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Elemen Spanish I WWW   3 Lee,Susan SPA 101 Elementary Spanish- Introduces basic modes of communication in Spanish. Stresses speaking, listening, reading and writing as target skills.  Emphasizes everyday language which the students will learn by applying essential grammatical structures to vocabulary. Provides instructional assignments and self-correctional exercises that will be practiced in the classroom. Presents an overview of the culture of various Spanish-speaking countries. This course fulfills a foreign language general education requirement and is via the internet.
STATISTICS                            
51111 STA  220 35Z1   TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Statistics WWW   3 Jones,Mei STA 220 - Statistics - Examines statistical description of sample data including frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, and measure of dispersion.  Includes theoretical distributions, measures of central tendency, and measures of central tendency, and measures of dispersion.  Includes theoretical distributions, statistical estimation, and hypothesis testing.  Introduces simple linear regression and correlation.  Pre-requisite:  MAT 150 or equivalent.  Lecture: 3.0 credits (45 contact hours)
SOCIAL WORK                          
52283 SWK  124 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro to Social Services WWW   3 Kuder,Stacey J. SWK 124 Introduction to Social Services- Introduces social welfare concepts and philosophies. Examines the profession of social work and its philosophy and value commitments within social welfare. Covers public and private service delivery systems. This course is via the internet.
52274 SWK  260 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Crisis Intervention WWW   3 Kuder,Stacey J. SWK 260 Crisis Intervention- Focuses on crisis intervention theory, suicide prevention, and risk assessment techniques. Covers risk assessment protocols, crisis triage, de-escalation and referral. Introduces clinical, ethical and legal aspects. Prereq.: PSY 100 or PY 110 or permission from instructor. This course is via the internet.
WELDING TECHNOLOGY                        
51112 WLD  110 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Cutting Processes 35WLD 00102 3 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 (30 contact hours) Co-requisite: WLD 111 or Consent of Instructor.
51114 WLD  111 35L1 M/W 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Cutting Processes Lab 35WLD 00110 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio) Co-requisite: WLD 110 or Consent of Instructor.
51113 WLD  110 3502 T/TH 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Cutting Processes 35WLD 00102 3 Smith,Mark 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 (30 contact hours) Co-requisite: WLD 111 or Consent of Instructor.
51115 WLD  111 35L2 T/TH 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Cutting Processes Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Smith,Mark 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio) Co-requisite: WLD 110 or Consent of Instructor.
51116 WLD  120 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 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 (30 contact hours) Co-requisite: WLD 121 or Consent of Instructor.
51118 WLD  121 35L1 M/W 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Shield Metal ArcWld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 121 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding Fillet Lab - Provides laboratory experiences in which the student acquires the manipulative skills to perform fillet welds in all positions.  Lab: 3 credits (90 contact hours/ 30:1 ratio) Co-requisite: WLD 120 or Consent of Instructor.
51117 WLD  120 3502 T/TH 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Shielded Metal Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 Smith,Mark 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 (30 contact hours) Co-requisite: WLD 121 or Consent of Instructor.
51119 WLD  121 35L2 T/TH 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Shield Metal ArcWld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Smith,Mark WLD 121 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding Fillet Lab - Provides laboratory experiences in which the student acquires the manipulative skills to perform fillet welds in all positions.  Lab: 3 credits (90 contact hours/ 30:1 ratio) Co-requisite: WLD 120 or Consent of Instructor.
58541 WLD 123 35L1 M/W 8:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Groove w/Backing Lab 35WLD 00102 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 123 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding  Grove with Backing Lab - Provides experiences in which students acquire the manipulative skills to do groove welds in all positions with backing. Pre-requisite: WLD 120 and 121 or Consent of  Instructor.
51120 WLD  130 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 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 GRAW; 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 (30 contact hours)
51122 WLD  131 35L1 M/W 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Tngstn Arc Weld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 131 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Fillet Lab - Teaches the necessary manipulative skills needed to apply the Gas TungstenArc 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio)
51121 WLD  130 3502 T/TH 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 Smith,Mark WLD 130 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding - Identification, inspection, and maintenance of GTAW machines; identification, selection and storage of GTAW electrodes; principles of GRAW; 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 (30 contact hours)
51123 WLD  131 35L2 T/TH 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Tngstn Arc Weld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Smith,Mark WLD 131 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Fillet Lab - Teaches the necessary manipulative skills needed to apply the Gas TungstenArc 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio)
51124 WLD  140 3501 M/W 08:00 AM 08:50 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Metal Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 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 SMAW process.  Theory and applications of related processes such as FCAW and SAW and metallurgy are also included.  Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours)
51126 WLD  141 35L1 M/W 08:50 AM 11:30 AM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 141 - Gas Metal Arc Welding 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio)
51125 WLD  140 3502 T/TH 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Metal Arc Welding 35WLD 00102 3 Smith,Mark 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 SMAW process.  Theory and applications of related processes such as FCAW and SAW and metallurgy are also included.  Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours)
51127 WLD  141 35L2 T/TH 05:50 PM 08:30 PM 8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab 35WLD 00110 3 Smith,Mark WLD 141 - Gas Metal Arc Welding 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio)
WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES                      
52284 WGS 201 35Z1 TBA TBA   8/23/2021 12/12/2021 Intro Wmn's Gnder Stds Art Hum WWW   3 Staff 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.
   
UPDATED: 4/9/2021