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Old Dominion University offers you the opportunity to complete a bachelorís or masterís degree in Northern Virginia! Complete your first two years at Northern Virginia Community College and your junior and senior courses on-site through live, interactive satellite technology. All student services are conducted on-site, including advising. For more information, contact the site nearest you.

SPRING 2000 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

Classes are Subject to Change
    

(January 8 Ė May 4, 2000)



CRSE/NO.    

TITLE

 

CREDIT

  DAY TIME  

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

 
             

ACCOUNTING (ACCT)

ACCT 302     Intermediate Accounting     3
  F 1300-1545   CT 403 Mosebach  
ACCT 317  

Accounting Systems

  3
  W 1615-1900   CT 403 Henry  
ACCT 601     Accounting for Managers     3
  Su 1400-1730   CT 403 Newmark  
             

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 305

Principles of Surveying

  3
  F 0800-0945   CT 403 Betit  
CET 313

Advanced Surveying

  3
  F 1300-1545   CT 403 Betit
CET 360

Pans and Specifications

  3
  R 1615-1900 CT 403 Lewis  
CET 445

Construction Planning and Scheduling

  3
  W 1915-2000 -- Considine
         
CET 400 - Computer Applications in Struct. Design CT 403  
    Not Televised Graduating Seniors  
         

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONS (CHP)

CHP 400/500  

Philosophy of Health

  3
  W 1615-1900   CT 403 Staff
             

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 355

Principles of Programming Language

    3
  T/R 1615-1430 CT 403 Staff
CS 361

Advanced Data Structure

  3
  T 1000-1245 CT 403 Staff
CS 417

Numerical Methods

  3
  R 1000-1245 CT 403 Staff  
CS 451/551  

Software Engineering

   
  W   CT 403 Staff  
           

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS 401U  

Understanding Violence

Lombardo 3
  M 1915-2200 CT 403    
CRJS 462  

Substantive Criminal Law

  Time  
  M 1615-1900 CT 403    
SOC/CRJS 436  

Capstone Research Project

  Smith  
  F 1000-1245 CT 403    
           

DECISION SCIENCES (DSCI)

DSCI 307  

Introduction to Management Science

  3
  Sa 1430-1730 CT 403 Arnold
         

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 530

Family/Child Exceptionalities

  3
  F 1615-1900 CT 403 Staff
ESSE 586

Student Teaching in Special Education

  3-6
  -- Not televised -- Baker  
ESSE 621

Managing Severe Behavior

  3
  R 1615-1900 CT 403 Staff
ESSE 626

Learning Disabilities

  3
  Sa 0800-1100 Staff    
ESSE 720

Research into Practice

  3
  T 1615-1900 CT 403 Staff
         

ECONOMICS (ECON)

ECON 301

Managerial Economics

    3
  F 1000-1245 CT 403 Colburn
ECON 612

Global and Applied Macroeconomics

    3
  Sa   CT 403 Anderson

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 359

Classroom Management and Practicum in Middle School

  3
  W 1400-1645 CT 403 Mallory
ECI 361

Developmental Teaching of Reading

  3
  F 1300-1545 CT 403 Gupta  
ECI 561

The Teaching of Reading in the Content Areas

  3
  M 1115-1415 CT 403 Staff
ECI 619

Classroom Research in Curriculum and Instruction

  3
  M 1000-1245 CT 403 McKinney
         
ECI 669 F

Student Teaching

   
    1915-2200 CT 403 3/3-24, 4/14-28 Staff
         

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET 305

Signals and Systems

  3
  T 1615-1900 CT 403 Stanley
EET 315

Digital Electronics Lab

  2
  -- Non-Televised Computer-based Jones
EET 335

Linear Electronics Lab

  2
  -- Non-Televised Computer-based Staff  
EET 340    

Transmission Networks

    2
  T   1715-2200 CT 403 Bartley  
EET 365    

Electrical Power and Machinery Lab

    2
  Video-taped Lab CT 403 Staff
EET 480

Senior Project

  3
    Non-Televised (Graduating Seniors Only)   Staff
         
   

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

   
ENMA 495     Special Topics Project Management   3
  Sa 0800-1100   CT 403 Keating  
ENMA 602  

Technological Data Modeling and Analysis

3
  Sa 1115-1415 CT 403 Fernandez
ENMA 604

Project Management

3
  R 1900-2130 CT 403 Keating
ENMA 774/884

Applications of Neural Networks

  3
  T 1900-2145 CT 403 Jacobs
ENMA 795/895

Special Topics

  3

M 1900-2145 CT 403 Dryer

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 327W

Advanced Composition I

  3
  W 1915-2200 CT 403 Staff
         

FINANCE (FIN)

FIN 317  

Principles of Insurance and Risk Management

  3
  M 1300-1545   CT 403 Bratton  
FIN 431

Investments

  3
  R 1000-1245 CT 403 Nejand  
FIN 605

Financial Management

  3
  Su 1400-1700 CT 403 Rubin  
             

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 339  

Interpersonal Relations

  3
  R 1915-2200   CT 403 Middleton  
COUN 346 Sa

Diversity Issues in Human Services Counseling

   
    1115-1415 CT 403 Jurgens  
COUN 444

Psychoeducational Groups

  3
  M 1000-1245 CT 403 Russell  
           
COUN 468  

Internship

     
  W 1130-1230 CT 403 Lovell  
           
COUN 448  

Intervention/Advocacy with Children

     
  F 1615-1900 CT 403 Thompson  
           
COUN 491   Family Guidance      
  Su 1400-1700 CT 403 Grimes  
           
INBU 450   International Business Operations      
  T/R 0800-0915 CT 403 Johnson  
           

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (ISYS)

ISYS 360  

Principles of Information Technology

  3
  F 1915-2200   CT 403 Staff  
             
ISYS 405  

Enterprise Solutions w/ C++

   
  R 1300-1545   CT 403 Crouch  
             

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 325  

Principles of Management

  3
  Sa 1115-1415   CT 403 Keeling  
MGMT 360

Labor Management Relations

  3
  T 1915-2200   CT 403 Maurer  
MGMT 361

International Business Operations

  3
  W 1300-1545 CT 403 Sledge  
MGMT 602

Organizational Management

  3
  F     CT 403 Deadrick  
       

MARKETING (MKTG)

MKTG 402  

Consumer Behavior

  3

T 1300-1545

CT 403 Flaherty

MKTG 406

Public Relations

  3
  T 100-1245 CT 403 Cunningham
         

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

MATH 341

Math to the Time of Newton

  3
  T/R 1445-1600   CT 403 Staff
       

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

MET 310  

Dynamics

  3
  R 1915-2200   CT 403 Verma  
       
MET 335

Fluid Mechanics

Staff 3
  -- Video-Taped Lab CT 403    
MET 435W  

Senior Project

Moustafa 3
  -- Graduating Seniors Only   Not Televised    
             

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 370  

Nursing/The Health Care System

  2
  M 1615-1900   CT 403 Staff  
NURS 380

Communication in Nursing

  3
  W 1100-1345 CT 403 Staff  
NURS 402    

Career Pathways: Development

    3
  M 0800-1045 CT 403 Karlowicz
NURS 490  

Nursing Leadership

  3
  W 0800-1045   CT 403 Staff  
NURS 491

Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum

  -- Not Televised   3
             

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

OTED 761/961  

Foundations of Adult Education and Training

  3
  M 1300-1545   CT 403 Threlfall  
OTED 788/888

Instructional Strategies and Innovations in Training & Occupational Ed.

  3
  M 1600-1900   CT 403 Turner  
             

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (OTS)

OTS 351  

Communication and Technology

  3
  F 1615-1900   CT 403 Deal  
             
OTS 402/502  

Training Methods

   
  Sa 1430-1730   CT 403 Arnold  
             

PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)

PHIL 345U  

BIOETHICS

  3
  M 1915-2200   CT 403 Staff  
             

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 372  

Foundations of Electronic Media

  3
  Sa 0800-0915   CT 403 Gunzerath  
             

PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)

PSYC 405U  

Abnormal Psychology

  3
  M 1300-1545   CT 403 Cash  
PSYC 408U

Theories of Personality

  3
  T/R 0800-0915 CT 403 Clarke 3
           
STAT 330U  

Introduction to Probability and Statistics

   
  T/R 0800-0915 CT 403 Doviak  
           

TAXATION (TAX)

TAX 651  

Taxation of Corporations

  3
  Su 1400-1700   CT 403 Berry  
TAX 695  

Topics in Taxation

  3
  Sa 1430-1730   CT 403 Engelbrecht  

COMMUNITY EDUCATION

The Community Education Program is one of several instructional programs of the College. It includes short courses, workshops, and training to meet the needs of the local community. The courses are not for credit, but in most cases Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded. Contact the Office of Continuing Education at the campus nearest you to request further information. Fees charged for these courses cover the instructional and administrative costs. The courses are self-supporting.


Last revised: Tuesday, Dec-14-1999 11:15
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