HCC SPRING 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                            
84205 ACC 201 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Financial Accounting WWW 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. Prerequisite: Quantitative Reasoning College-Readiness or consent of the instructor.
84206 ACC 202 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Managerial Accounting WWW 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 planning and control decisions. Pre-requisite: ACC 201 or ACT 101 and ACT 102. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
AGRICULTURE                            
83864 AGR 101 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Economics Food & Agriculture WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 101 The Economics of Food and Agriculture - An introduction to the field of agricultural economics and some of the basic tools and concepts of decision-making. Concepts are illustrated in terms of selecting current social and economic issues including the role of agriculture in both a national and international dimension.
83865 AGR 180 35L1   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Agricultural Internship I WWW WWW 2 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 180 - Provides the opportunity to broaden the educational experience through appropriate observation and individualizes work assignments related to the prerequisite and/or co-requisite course objectives. The students will spend 80 hours of supervised field experience in an approved Agricultural Industry.
83866 AGR 240 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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
83868 AGR 245 35ZJ M 05:00 PM 06:00 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Pest Management WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 245 - Pest Management - Provides a study of agricultural pest control, including insects, diseases, and weeds, of common agricultural and horticultural crops. Management techniques will also be discussed, including chemical, biological, IPM, and organic methods.
This is an online synchronous hybrid class. Lectures will be via Collaborate within Blackboard. Class has a lecture and online component.
83867 AGR 245 35BY M 05:00 PM 06:00 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Pest Management A&S 203 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 245 - Pest Management - Provides a study of agricultural pest control, including insects, diseases, and weeds, of common agricultural and horticultural crops. Management techniques will also be discussed, including chemical, biological, IPM, and organic methods.
83869 AGR 250 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Plants/Crop Productio WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 250 Introduction to Plants and Crops - An introductory course designed to familiarize students with the basic principles and theories involved in field crop production. Students will be provided with a limited understanding of how crops are grown as a prelude to growing crops successfully. Pest and pesticides will be covered as well as plant disease and protection.
83870 AGR 260 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Sustainable Agrcultr WWW WWW 3 Winstead,Laura S. AGR 260 Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture - Provides students with a clear perspective on the principles, history, and practices of sustainable agriculture in our local and global communities. Provides understanding of the challenges to sustainability in our present system of agriculture. Enables students to identify principles of sustainable agriculture as they relate to basic production practices.
ART                            
84463 ART 104 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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, architecture, 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                            
84013 BIO 120 3501 M/W 11:00 AM 12:15 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Human Ecology LIB 208 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
84014 BIO 121 35L1 M/W 09:30 AM 10:30 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Human Ecology Laboratory 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
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                        
83974 BAS 110 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Worksheets in Business Applica WWW WWW 3 Reidford,Jon M BAS 110: Worksheets in Business Applications - Focuses on the application of worksheets features to business practices. Provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply worksheet enhanced functions to derive charts, graphs and tables to aid in analyzing business data. Provides students the opportunity to think critically and find solutinos to realistic business problems through use of available data analysis tools. Pre-requisite: Computer Literacy or Consent of Instrucotr. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours)
83873 BAS 160 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.Online - Bi-term section beginning one week late
83967 BAS 282 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Principles of Marketing WWW WWW 3 Joy,Brian A 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).
CHEMISTRY                            
84294 CHE 145 35L1 M 09:30 AM 12:00 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro General Chemistry Lab A/T 202 1 Becker,Kara G CHE 145 Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory - Reinforces concepts covered in CHE 140 and introduces basic laboratory techniques, methods, and instrumentation through selected experiments dealing with chemical and physical properties, qualitative analysis, and quantitative analysis. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: CHE 140. Laboratory: 1 credit (45 contact hours, 45:1 ratio)
84290 CHE 145 35L2 T 01:00 PM 03:30 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro General Chemistry Lab A/T 206 1 Becker,Kara G CHE 145 Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory - Reinforces concepts covered in CHE 140 and introduces basic laboratory techniques, methods, and instrumentation through selected experiments dealing with chemical and physical properties, qualitative analysis, and quantitative analysis. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: CHE 140. Laboratory: 1 credit (45 contact hours, 45:1 ratio)
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.
90678 CHE 145 35L3 M 01:00 PM 03:30 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro General Chemistry Lab A/T 206 1 Becker,Kara G CHE 145 Introductory General Chemistry Laboratory - Reinforces concepts covered in CHE 140 and introduces basic laboratory techniques, methods, and instrumentation through selected experiments dealing with chemical and physical properties, qualitative analysis, and quantitative analysis. Pre-requisite or Co-requisite: CHE 140. Laboratory: 1 credit (45 contact hours, 45:1 ratio)
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.
COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES                    
84122 CIT 105 35D1   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Introduction to Computers WWW WWW 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.
84119 CIT 105 35BY TU 09:30 AM 10:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Introduction to Computers A&S 228 3 Patsalides,Eugenios CIT 180 Security Fundamentals-(Prereq.: (CIT 105 AND (CIT 160 OR CIT 161)); OR Consent of Instructor.) This is a course via the Internet
84118 CIT 105 35Y1 M 08:00 AM 09:15 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Introduction to Computers A&S 232 3 Chappell,Carla Michelle 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.
84129 CIT 160 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Networking Concepts WWW WWW 4 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, troubleshoots, 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)
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).
84130 CIT 170 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Database Design Fundamentals WWW WWW 3 Chappell,Carla Michelle CIT 170 Database Design Fundamentals- (Prereq.: CIT 105 AND (MAT 85 OR MAT 126)) OR Consent of Instructor) This is a course via the Internet
COMMUNICATIONS                          
84483 COM 249 35Y1 W 12:30 PM 01:45 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Mass Media Communication STC 309 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.
84485 COM 252 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Interpersonal Comm WWW WWW 3 Gilbert,Stephanie L. COM 252 Intro to Interpersonal Communication- PREREQ: (Current placement scores for college level reading established by KCTCS, or completion of DRE030 or RDG 030 or CMS 185) AND (current placement scores for college level writing established by KCTCS or completion of ENC 091)) OR consent of instructor.) Fulfills an Oral Communication general education requirement. Focuses on listening, verbal, & non-verbal communication and the interaction between two people. This class is via the internet.
ECONOMICS                            
83983 ECO 201 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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
83988 ECO 202 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).
EDUCATION                            
84512 EDU 140 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Behavior Management WWW WWW 3 Blair,Adam T. EDU 140 Introduction to Behavior Management- Introduces the student to strategies of classroom and behavior management that create a positive learning environment encouraging student self-advocacy, increased independence, and improved communication skills. This course is via the internet.
84513 EDU 201 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.
84511 EDP 202 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.
84517 EDU 204 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                        
84244 EET 270 35BJ M/W 12:30 PM 01:30 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Electrical Motor Controls I STC 106 2 Smith,Mark EET 270- Electrical Motor Controls I - This course addresses the diversity of control devices and applications used in industry today. Safety and electrical lockouts are also included. Pre-requisite: [(ELT 110 or EET 119) with a minimum grade of C] or consent of Electrical Technology program advisor(s). Co-requisite EET 271. Lecture: 2.0 credits (30 contact hours)
84254 EET 271 35L1 M/W 01:30 PM 02:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Electrical Motor Control I Lab STC 115 2 Smith,Mark EET 271- Electrical Motor Controls I Lab Provides practical experience in the use of control devices and their applications in industry today. Safety and electrical lockouts are included. Pre-requisite: [(ELT 110 or EET 119) with a minimum grade of C] or consent of the Electrical Technology program advisor(s). Co-requisite: EET 270. Lab: 2.0 credit (60 contact hours)
84256 EET 272 35BJ T/TH 01:45 PM 02:45 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Electrical Motor Controls II STC 106 2 Smith,Mark EET 272 Electrical Motor Controls II - This course provides advanced study of motor controls in industry. The course addresses solid state relays, hall effect sensors, proximity detectors and photo detectors. Tasks include sketching, installing and troubleshooting the following: three phase controls, variable speed drives using relays as well as solid state devices, and introduction to programmable controls. Pre-requisite: EET 270. Co-requisite: EET 273
84257 EET 273 35L1 T/TH 02:45 PM 04:05 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Electrical Motor Contrl II Lab STC 115 2 Smith,Mark EET 273 Electrical Motor Controls II Lab - This course provides hands-on experience in advanced studies in electrical controls used in industry including three-phase motor control and variable speed control using solid state devices and programmable controls. Prerequisite: EET 270. Co-requisite: EET 272. Laboratory 2 credits (60 contact hours)
ENGLISH                            
84541 ENG 101 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.
84588 ENG 161 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Literature WWW WWW 3 Burton,Sharon K ENG 161 Introduction to Literature- Introduces students to an analytical rather than historical approach to literature in order to deepen students' insight into the nature and purpose of literature. This course is via the internet.
ENGLISH WITH WORKSHOPS                        
84540 ENG 101 35ZP TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Writing I WEB LOCAL WEB LOCAL 3 Woods,Katherine Bryant 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 with ENG 100-35P1 class #84521.
84525 ENG 100 35ZP TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 English Workshop WEB LOCAL WEB LOCAL 2 Woods,Katherine Bryant ENG 100 English Workshop- This course must be taken with ENG 101-35ZP class #84540 This course is via the internet and is web local.
FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE                          
84634 FYE 105 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Achieving Academic Success WWW 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 and is via the internet.
HEALTH SCIENCES TECHNOLOGY                        
83989 AHS 203 35Z1   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Diversity in Health Care WWW WWW 3 Mattingly,Carole N AHS 115 Medical Terminology - A study of anatomical, physiological and pathological terminology with emphasis on word structure 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 hours.
HISTORY                            
84644 HIS 109 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 History of the US Since 1865 WWW WWW 3 Dorth,Kevin E HIS 109 History of the United States since 1865- Examine key political, economic, and social topics that have influenced significantly the American experience from Reconstruction through the contemporary era. This course is via the internet.
INTEGRATED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                      
84209 IET 1302 35BJ M/W 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 5S STC 106 1 Smith,Mark IET 1302 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 srting, 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 1.0 credit (15 contact hours)
84210 IET 1305 35BJ T/TH 11:00 AM 11:50 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Maintenance Reliability STC 106 1 Smith,Mark IET 1305 Maintenance Reliability Introduces the Toyota Maintenance Reliability training. Describes the difference between corrective maintenance and preventive maintenance. Breaks down proactive maintenance and the underlying tools and constituent processes. Instructs the students in the various individual units in a system and the steps in evaluating failure mode risks and countermeasures. Lecture: 1.0 credit (15 contact hours).
INTERDISCIPLINARY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                  
84652 IEC 210 35EY W 06:00 PM 08:45 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Family/Community Erly ChldhdEd A&S 202 3 Meyer,Jane IEC 210 Families and Communities in Early Childhood Education- Examines community programs that focus on forming partnerships with families to support child development and family well-being. Builds an awareness of family in context of a diverse society to create respect, build reciprocal relationships, and and empower families. Required ten (10) hours of field experience.
84690 IEC 235 35BE T 06:00 PM 08:30 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Inclusive Education A&S 202 3 Sizemore,Tracy IEC 235 Introduction to Inclusive Education- Presents the types of exceptional abilities that occur in the development of children with an emphasis on state state and federal laws that impact services. Introduces assessment, referral processes and sources, education plans, family service plans, center-based and home-based care, adaptions and assistive technology, and ethical considerations. This course requires ten (10) hours of field experience. Prereq.: IEC 180 or permission of IECE Coordinator.
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY                      
90945 IMT 100 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Welding for Maintenance STC 106 3 Smith, Mark 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.
90947 IMT 101 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Welding for Maintenance Lab STC 106 3 Smith, Mark 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.
84258 IMT 150 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Maintaining Industrial Equip I WWW WWW 3 Farber III,William Fred IMT 150 Maintaining Industrial Equipment I Introduces the student to maintenance techniques and procedures used to maintain industrial equipment. Corequisite: IMT 151 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours). Components: Lecture Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules
84259 IMT 151 35L1 M/W 10:00 AM 11:20 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Maintaining Indust Equip I Lab STC 110 2 Farber III,William Fred IMT 151 Maintaining Industrial Equipment I Lab Provides the student with lab experience in the maintenance of industrial equipment. Co-requisite: IMT 150 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours)
84260 IMT 151 35L2 M/W 04:15 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Maintaining Indust Equip I Lab STC 110 2 Smith,Mark IMT 280 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers Covers advanced theory programmable logic controllers to include designing applications, programming, interfacing and troubleshooting of industrial PLCs. Pre-requisite: ((IMT 220 and IMT221with a grade of C or greater) or (equivalent) or Consent of Instructor). Co-requisite: IMT 281 or Instructor consent. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours).
84261 IMT 200 35BJ T/TH 04:15 PM 05:15 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Indust Robotics & Robot Maint STC 109 4 Farber III,William Fred IMT 200 Industrial Robotics and Robotic Maintenance Provides the industrial maintenance student an introduction to the theory of robots including applications, basic programming, components, industrial robotic safety standards, industrial robots classifications, key programming techniques, robotic motion concepts, and terminology. Instructs students on the concepts of preventive and predictive maintenance techniques required for a robot and their backup systems and recovery procedures. Provides the opportunity for the industrial maintenance student to develop, set up, and integrate work cells into manufacturing systems at a beginning level. Prerequisite: IMT 110 and IMT 111 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture/Lab: 4.0 credits (90 contact hours)
84261 IMT 200 35BJ T/TH 05:15 PM 06:45 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Indust Robotics & Robot Maint STC 108 4 Farber III,William Fred IMT 200 Industrial Robotics and Robotic Maintenance Provides the industrial maintenance student an introduction to the theory of robots including applications, basic programming, components, industrial robotic safety standards, industrial robots classifications, key programming techniques, robotic motion concepts, and terminology. Instructs students on the concepts of preventive and predictive maintenance techniques required for a robot and their backup systems and recovery procedures. Provides the opportunity for the industrial maintenance student to develop, set up, and integrate work cells into manufacturing systems at a beginning level. Prerequisite: IMT 110 and IMT 111 or Consent of Instructor. Lecture/Lab: 4.0 credits (90 contact hours)
84262 IMT 280 35BJ M/W 02:00 PM 03:15 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Advanced Program Logic Control STC 109 3 Farber III,William Fred IMT 151 Maintaining Industrial Equipment I Lab Provides the student with lab experience in the maintenance of industrial equipment. Co-requisite: IMT 150 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours)
84263 IMT 281 35L1 M/W 03:15 PM 04:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Adv Prog Logic Controllers Lab STC 108 2 Farber III,William Fred IMT 281 Programmable Logic Controllers Lab Provides practical applications of the theory in IMT 280 to include installation, programming, interfacing and troubleshooting of industrial PLCs. Pre-requisite: [(IMT 220 and 221) with a grade of C or greater) or Consent of Instructor. Co-requisite: IMT 280 or Consent of Instructor. Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours). Components: Laboratory
84264 IMT 289 35BJ T/TH 12:30 PM 01:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Industrial Maint Tech Capstone STC 109 1 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).
MANUFACTURING                          
84162 MFG 265 35BJ T/TH 10:00 AM 11:15 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Robotics & Indust Automation STC 109 4 Farber III,William Fred MFG 265 Robotics and Industrial Automation A study of principles and techniques used in automated industrial systems are studied. Emphasis is placed on programming, applications, and interfacing of automated machinery to manufacturing workcells. Lecture: 3.0 credit hours; Laboratory: 2.0 credit hours. Pre-requisite: ET 256 or consent of instructor. Components: Laboratory, Lecture
84164 MFG 265 35L1 T/TH 11:15 AM 12:45 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Robotics & Indust Automation STC 108 4 Farber III,William Fred MFG 265 Robotics and Industrial Automation A study of principles and techniques used in automated industrial systems are studied. Emphasis is placed on programming, applications, and interfacing of automated machinery to manufacturing workcells. Lecture: 3.0 credit hours; Laboratory: 2.0 credit hours. Pre-requisite: ET 256 or consent of instructor. Components: Laboratory, Lecture
MATHEMATICS                          
92211 MAT 110 35ZK TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Applied Mathematics WWW WWW 3 Jones,Mei MAT 110 - Includes the concepts of ration and proportion, units and conversions, linear equations in two variables, inequalities, graphing and writing equation of a line, percents, interest, descriptive statistics, and logical symbolism. Emphasizes applications in the various technologies. Pre-requisite: MAT 061, MAT 062, MAT 071, MAT 075, MAT 085, or 2. Completion of MAT 055 and concurrent enrollment in MAT 110S, OR 3. KCTCS placement policy.
84139 MAT 150 35ZJ   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 analytic geometry. (Students may not receive credit for both MAT150 and any other College Algebra or Pre-calculus course. Credit not available on the basis 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 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)
84135 MAT 150 3502 M/W 09:30 AM 10:50 AM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 College Algebra A&S 113 3 Wells,Rebecca J 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 MAT150 and any other College Algebra or Pre-calculus course. Credit not available on the basis 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 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                        
84132 MAT 100 35ZP   TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 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. MAT 150-35E1 and MAT 150-35P1 are the same class, the P1 section is paired with the MAT 100-35P1
POLITICAL SCIENCE                          
84711 POL 101 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 American Government WWW WWW 3 STAFF 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 is via the internet.
PSYCHOLOGY                            
84878 PSY 223 35ZJ TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES                          
85014 REL 130 35BY M 12:30 PM 01:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Intro to Comparative Religion STC 309 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.
SOCIAL WORK                            
85104 SWK 275 35ZL TBA TBA   1/19/2021 5/9/2021 The Family WWW WWW 3 Toy,Nicole R SWK 275 The Family- Covers the nature and structure and family systems and examination of major family issues. Includes discussion in patterns of family interaction with attention paid to resources designed to meet family needs. This course is via the internet.
WELDING TECHNOLOGY                          
84181 WLD 110 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 (30 contact hours) Co-requisite: WLD 111 or Consent of Instructor
84183 WLD 111 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 (90 contact hours/30:1 ratio) Co-requisite: WLD 110 or Consent of Instructor.
84186 WLD 120 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 (30 contact hours). Co-requisite: WLD 121 or Consent of Instructor
84189 WLD 121 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Shield Metal ArcWld Fillet Lab WLD 110 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
84192 WLD 130 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 (30 contact hours).
84195 WLD 131 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Gas Tngstn Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 3 Morales,Gilbert J WLD 131 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 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 (90 contact hours 30:1 ratio)
84198 WLD 140 35BE M/W 05:00 PM 05:50 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 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 (30 contact hours)
84201 WLD 141 35L2 M/W 05:50 PM 08:20 PM 1/19/2021 5/9/2021 Gas Metal Arc Weld Fillet Lab WLD 110 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).
                           
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