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  • Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Higher Education Begins Here
  • Associate in Applied Science in General Occupational/Technical Studies Construction Carpentry Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School Oral Communications (COM 181) 3 Mathematics Course (Any math requirement listed in the KCTCS catalog approved for the A.A.S. Degree) 3 Social Interaction (PY 110 or SOC 101) 3 Writing Course (ENG 101) 3 Science Course 3 General Education Subtotal: 15 TECHNICAL COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School IT 100 Introduction to Computers (or CIS 100) 3 BRX 220 Blueprint Reading for Construction 3 ISX 100 Industrial Safety 3 CAR 126 Introduction to Construction Carpentry 3 CAR 127 Introduction to Construction Carpentry Lab 1 CAR 140 Site Layout and Foundations 3 CAR 141 Site Layout and Foundations Lab 2 CAR 150 Construction Forms 3 CAR 151 Construction Forms Lab 2 CAR 190 Floor and Wall Framing 3 CAR 191 Floor and Wall Framing Lab 2 CAR 196 Ceiling and Roof Framing 3 CAR 197 Ceiling and Roof Framing Lab 2 CAR 200 Exterior and Interior Finish 3 CAR 201 Exterior and Interior Finish Lab 2 CAR 240 Cabinet Construction & Installation 3 CAR 241 Cabinet Construction & Installation 2 CAR 298 Cooperative Education or 2 CAR 299 Practicum (2) Technical Courses Subtotal: 45 DEGREE TOTAL: 60
  • Associate in Applied Science Computer Aided Drafting and Design Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ General Education Credit Resident Transfer School ENG 101 Writing I 3 MT 110 Applied Mathematics or Higher Level Math Course 3 Science (with or without a lab) 3 Social Interaction (PY 110 or SOC 101) 3 Heritage/Humanities/Foreign Language 3 Oral Communications (COM 181 or COM 252) 3 Computer Literacy (CIS 100, IT 100 or Test Out) 0-3 General Education Core Subtotal: 18-21 Technical Core DFT 102 Drafting Fundamentals 4 DFT 112 Engineering Graphics 4 DFT 122 Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting 4 DFT 130 Descriptive Geometry 4 DFT 152 Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting 4 DFT 252 Parametric Modeling 4 ADFT 130 Introduction to Architecture 4 Technical Core Subtotal: 28 Technical Electives NOTE: Choose 19-21 credits from the following list. This list is not all inclusive; other courses may be taken as approved by the program coordinator. ADFT 230 Construction Techniques 4 ADFT 240 Architectural Design 4 ADFT 252 Commercial Detailing 4 ADFT 262 Working Drawings 4 DFT 212 Industrial Drafting Processes 4 DFT 222 Mechanical Design 4 DFT 240 Advanced Dimensioning and Measurement 4 DFT 292 Industrial Applications 4 3-4 Credit Hours Approved by Program Advisor 3-4 Technical Electives Subtotal: 19-21 A.A.S. Computer Aided Drafting and Design TOTAL: 65-70
  • Associate in Applied Science in Machine Tool Technology Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ REQUIRED CORE COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School General Education Courses ENG 101 Writing I 3 MT 115 Technical Mathematics or 3 MT 125 Technical Algebra and Trigonometry or Higher Math (3) Heritage/Humanities/Foreign Language 3 Science Course 3-4 Social Interaction 3 Computer Literacy * 0-3 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 17-22 Technical Courses Credit Resident Transfer School MTT 110 Fundamentals of Machine Tools A and 3 MTT 112 Fundamentals of Machine Tools B or 4 MTT 114 Fundamentals of Machine Tools (7) MTT 118 Metrology/Control Charts 3 MTT 120 Applied Machining I and 3 MTT 122 Applied Machining II or 4 MTT 124 Applied Machining (7) MTT 130 Manual Programming and 3 MTT 132 CAD/CAM/CNC or 3 MTT 134 Manual Programming/CAD/CAM/CNC (6) MTT 210 Industrial Machining I and 3 MTT 212 Industrial Machining II or 4 MTT 214 Industrial Machining (7) MTT 220 Advanced Industrial Machining I and 4 MTT 222 Advanced Industrial Machining II or 2 MTT 224 Advanced Industrial Machining (6) MTT 2301 Intro. to Conversational Programming and 3 MTT 2302 Conversational Editing and Subroutines or 3 MTT 230 Conversational Programming (6) MTT 2401 Intro to 3-D Code Sequencing & Tool Path Production and 3 MTT 2402 Advanced 3-D Code Sequencing & Macro Systems or 3 MTT 240 Intro to 3-D Programming (6) BRX 110 Basic Blueprint Reading for Machinist and 2 BRX 210 Mechanical Blueprint Reading or 2 BRX 112 Blueprint Reading for Machinist (4) Electives 2-3 Technical Courses Total: 52 MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY TOTAL: 69-70
  • Associate in Applied Science Degree in Welding Technology Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ REQUIRED CORE COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School General Education Courses COM 252 Intro. to Interpersonal Communication or 3 COM 181 Basic Public Speaking (3) Heritage/Humanities/Foreign Language Course 3 MT 110 Applied Mathematics or 3 MT 145 Mathematics or (3) MA 109 College Algebra (3) PY 110 General Psychology or 3 SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3) ENG 101 Writing I 3 PHY 151 Introduction to Physics and 3 PH 161 Introductory Physics Laboratory I or 1 Science Course (3) Computer Literacy 0-3 General Education Courses Subtotal: 18-22 Technical Courses WLD 100 Oxy-Fuel Systems and 2 WLD 101 Oxy-Fuel Systems Lab or 2 WLD 110 Cutting Processes and (2) WLD 111 Cutting Processes Lab (3) WLD 120 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) and 2 WLD 121 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Fillet Lab 3 WLD 123 SMAW Groove Welds with Backing Lab or 3 WLD 225 SMAW Open Groove Lab (3) WLD 130 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and 2 WLD 131 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Fillet Lab 3 WLD 133 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Groove Lab 3 WLD 140 Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and 2 WLD 141 Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Fillet Lab 3 WLD 143 Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Groove Lab 3 WLD 170 Blueprint Reading for Welding and 2 WLD 171 Blueprint Reading for Welding Lab 3 WLD 220 Welding Certification and 2 WLD 221 Welding Certification Lab 3 WLD 298 Welding Practicum or 1-6 WLD 299 Cooperative Work Experience (1-6) Technical Electives 3 Technical Courses Subtotal: 42-48 Program Total: 60-70
  • Associate in Applied Science in Plumbing Technology Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ REQUIRED COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School ENG 101 Writing I 3 Mathematics 3 Science 3 Social Interaction 3 Heritage/Humanities/Foreign Language 3 Computer Literacy 3 Oral Communications 3 Total General Education Courses: 21
  • Associate in Applied Science in Automotive Technology Date Date Name _______________________________ Empl. ID#: ____________________ Entered __________ Grad. __________ REQUIRED COURSES Credit Resident Transfer School General Education Mathematics Course 3 Science Course 3 Social Interaction Course 3 Heritage/Humanities Course 3 Writing/Accessing Information 3 Oral Communication 3 Total General Education Courses: 18 Technical Courses ADX 120 Basic Automotive Electricity and 3 ADX 121 Basic Automotive Electricity Lab or 2 BEX 100 Basic Electricity for Non-Majors and (3) BEX 101 Basic Electricity Lab for Non-Majors (2) ADX 150 Engine Repair 3 ADX 151 Engine Repair Lab 2 ADX 170 Climate Control 3 ADX 171 Climate Control Lab 1 ADX 260 Electrical Systems 3 ADX 261 Electrical Systems Lab 2 AUT 110 Brake Systems 3 AUT 111 Brake Systems Lab 2 AUT 130 Manual Transmissions 3 AUT 131 Manual Transmissions Lab 2 AUT 140 Basic Fuel and Ignition Systems 3 AUT 141 Basic Fuel and Ignition Systems Lab 2 AUT 142 Emission Systems 3 AUT 143 Emissions Systems Lab 2 AUT 160 Suspension and Steering 3 AUT 161 Suspensions and Steering Lab 2 AUT 180 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle 3 AUT 181 Automatic/Transmission/Transaxle Lab 2 COE 199 Cooperative Education or 1 AUT 198 Practicum (1) AUT 240 Computer Control Systems and Diagnosis 3 AUT 241 Computer Control Systems and Diagnosis Lab 2 CIS 100 Introduction to Computers 3 Technical Courses Subtotal: 58 Program Total: 76
  • MATH PLACEMENT Effective for First Time Freshmen Fall 2010 For students whose degree requires: MAT 150 – College Algebra or MAT 146 – Contemporary Math ACT Math Score Compass Scores Math Course 27 or higher N/A MA 113 – Calculus I 22 or higher 55 – 100 (Algebra domain) MAT 150 – College Algebra 19 – 21 36 – 54 (Algebra domain) MAT 150 – College Algebra AND MT 190 – College Algebra Lab, OR MAT 146 – Contemporary Math Below 19 31 – 35 (Algebra domain) MT 120 – Intermediate Algebra Below 19 16 – 30 (Algebra domain) MT 065 – Basic Algebra Below 19 Below 16 (Algebra domain) AND 41 – 100 (Pre-Algebra domain) MT 065 – Basic Algebra Below 19 17 – 40 (Pre-Algebra domain) MT 055 – Pre-Algebra Below 19 Below 17 (Pre-Algebra domain) Refer to MORE Center
  • MATH PLACEMENT Effective for First Time Freshmen Fall 2010 For students whose degree requires: MAT 105 – Business Math, MAT 110 – Applied Math, or MAT 116 – Technical Math ACT Math Score Compass Scores Math Course 19 or higher 25 – 35 (Algebra domain) MAT 105 – Business Math OR MAT 110 – Applied Math OR MAT 116 – Technical Math Below 19 16 – 24 (Algebra domain) MT 065 – Basic Algebra Below 19 Below 16 (Algebra domain) AND 41 – 100 (Pre-Algebra domain) MT 065 – Basic Algebra Below 19 17 – 40 (Pre-Algebra domain) MT 055 – Pre-Algebra Below 19 Below 17 (Pre-Algebra domain) Refer to MORE Center
  • Programs Math Requirements Air Conditioning Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Associate in Arts MAT 150 or MAT 146 Associate in Science MAT 150 Automotive Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Business Administration MAT 110, MAT 105, or MAT 150 Carpentry MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Computer Aided Drafting MAT 110, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Criminal Justice MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Culinary Arts MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Dental Hygiene Program MAT 110 or MAT 150 Diesel Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Electrical Technology MAT 116 or MAT 150 Engineering Technology MAT 150 Fire/Rescue Science Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 General Occupational/Technical Studies MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Human Services MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Industrial Maintenance MAT 116 or MAT 150 Information Technology MAT 150 Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Machine Tool Technology MAT 116 or MAT 150 Medical Information Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, or MAT 150 Nursing Program (RN) MAT 110 or MAT 150 Office Systems Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, or MAT 150 Plumbing Technology MAT 110, MAT 105, MAT 116, or MAT 150 Quality Management Systems MAT 150 Radiography MAT 150 Respiratory Care MAT 110, MAT 146, or MAT 150 Undecided MAT150 Welding Technology MAT 110, MAT146, or MAT 150
  • Reading Placement For AA/AS/AAS degrees Effective Fall 2010
    • A&S 100—this course is 1 credit hour, online only, first bi-term, earns letters grades and calculates in the GPA. It focuses on college level vocabulary and textbook comprehension skills.
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    • RDG 030—this course is identical to the previous CMS 185. Students have fulfilled their reading requirement when they complete RDG 030. They are not required to later take A&S 100.
    • RDG 020—students must take RDG 030 when they complete this class.
    ACT Reading Score COMPASS Reading Score Course to enroll in: 20 or higher 84—100 No reading course required 19 81—83 A&S 100 Students may concurrently enroll in credit bearing courses Below 19 68-80 RDG 030 Below 19 44—67 RDG 020 Below 19 0—43 Refer to MORE Center
  • Writing and Study Skills Placement For AA/AS/AAS degrees Effective Fall 2010 ACT Writing Score COMPASS Writing Score Course to enroll in: 18 or higher 70—100 ENG 101 Below 18 38-69 ENC 091 Below 18 21--37 ENC 090 Below 18 0—20 Refer to MORE Center GEN 100 Introduction to College 1 credit hour, first bi-term. Useful for any student, especially NON-developmental students. GE 101 Strategies for Academic Success (become GEN 102 in spring 2011) 3 credit hours Useful for all students who need any developmental courses. Students who enroll in RDG 020 should take this as their 4 th course.
  • M.O.R.E. (MATH, ORIENTATION, READING AND ENGLISH)
    • AT ECTC - The path to college success begins here
    • The M.O.R.E. Center is a partnership between ECTC and Hardin County Adult Basic Education
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    • Objective : To provide academic assistance to reduce time and cost to successful degree/credential completion for students with a specific COMPASS score in Pre-Algebra, Reading, or English.
    • Outcome : To prepare students to successfully transition and complete college coursework.
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    • COMPASS score range
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    • PRE-ALGEBRA (0--16)
    • READING (0--43)
    • ENGLISH (0--20)
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    • Students scoring within these ranges, for these subjects only, will be referred to the M.O.R.E. CENTER or their County Adult Basic Education Centers before enrolling in developmental courses.
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    • Students will have the opportunity to tailor their schedules in order to apply for financial aid. In some instances, students may have the opportunity to earn college credit for the work completed at the M.O.R.E Center or other Kentucky Basic Adult Education centers.
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    • The M.O.R.E. Center is located in room 312OTB
    • 9:00am--3:00pm Monday through Thursday
    • 5:30pm--7:30pm Monday and Tuesday
    • Phone: 270-706-8418
    • Nelson County
    • Bardstown/Nelson County Adult Learning Center
    • Belinda Carter
    • 407 South Third Street
    • Bardstown, KY 40004
    • [email_address]
    • 502-331-8809