NVCC FALL 2000 Class Schedule
    

Weekend College

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    Weekend courses/programs are offered at some campuses. They provide students, who may not want or be able to attend classes during the traditional college time frame, an opportunity to pursue selected associate degrees or college credit courses. These classes are designed for persons desiring to accelerate work toward a degree, for those seeking professional enrichment and growth outside their regular work or course of study, and for students returning to study after a lapse of time. Intensive classroom experience combined with independent study provides an in-depth and meaningful educational experience.
    Parking permits are required for those students enrolling in weekend courses.

Weekend College at the Alexandria Campus
    The Alexandria Campus offers weekend courses in high-demand subjects and in both standard and concentrated time frames. Some examples of these are networking classes (IST 200, 203, 206, 212) each concluded in 4-week periods on consecutive Fridays and Saturdays; or College Composition (ENG 111-112) and the American Literature Survey (ENG 241-242) both in 8 weeks on Fridays and Saturdays. Additionally, a wide range of these and other courses (e.g., ESL, Business, Psychology, Economics, Foreign Languages, History, etc.) are offered in the Friday/Saturday format over the 16-week semester. Please see the course listings within the specific subject area for details on days and times.

Annandale Campus Weekend College Opportunities
    Solo Saturdays.
A variety of Saturday-only courses (14 and 16-week sections) are scheduled on the Annandale Campus.
    Weekend College Degree Program. Annandale Campus has a Weekend College Degree Program in which a student can complete a degree in Business Administration or Liberal Arts by attending classes Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons. No special registration is required for these courses. Check the schedule for individual classes designated as WEEKEND COLLEGE DEGREE CLASS. Call 703-323-3091 or 703-323-3157 for further information and a brochure or visit the Annandale Web site at www.nvcc.edu/annandale/.

Fridays (See course listings for specific section numbers)

Course

Title

Time

ENG 111 College Composition I 1830-2120
ENG 241 Survey of American Literature I 1830-2120
IST 251 Computer Info System Development 1830-2120
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I 1830-2120

Saturdays

Course

Title

Time

ACC 211-48N Principles of Accounting I 1300-1550
BIO 101-48N General Biology I 0800-1440
ECO 201-48N Principles of Economics I - MACRO 0900-1150
HIS 121-48N United States History I 1300-1550
MTH 163-48N Precalculus I 0900-1150
PSY 201-48N Introduction to Psychology I 0900-1150
SPA 101-48N Beginning Spanish I 0900-1330

Sundays

Course

Title

Time

MTH 151 Math for Liberal Arts I 1300-1550
MTH 241 Statistics I 1300-1550
STD 100 Orientation 1300

Weekend Express Classes. Annandale Campus offers Weekend Express classes in which you can complete a semester course in four weekends by attending either (1) Friday nights and Saturdays or (2) Saturdays and Sundays. Tuition and fees are the same as the other courses. All Weekend Express courses have a 97N or 98N section number. Immediately after registering for one or more of these sections, you should stop by the division office to obtain the assignment for the first Weekend Express class meeting. Additionally, you must report to the first class with your textbooks.
     Friday/Saturday Weekend Express Classes: These courses will be offered Fridays 6:00PM-9:40PM and Saturdays 9:00AM-4:00PM. Registration closes on September 8 for Session I and October 19 for Session II.

Session I: (Friday-Saturday) September 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, October 6-7

Session II: (Friday-Saturday) October 20-21, 27-28, November 10-11, 17-18

    Saturday/Sunday Weekend Express Classes: These courses will be offered Saturdays 8:00AM-1:20PM and Sundays 1:00PM-6:20PM. Registration closes on September 8 for Session I and October 19 for Session II.

Session I: (Saturday-Sunday) September 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, October 7-8

Session II: (Saturday-Sunday) October 21-22, 28-29, November 11-12, 18-19

Manassas Campus Weekend College Opportunities
    Weekend College Degree Program. Manassas Campus has a Weekend College Degree Program in which a student can complete the Certificate degree program in Professional Writing for Business, Government, and Industry or can complete core Liberal Arts degree requirements by attending classes Friday evenings, Saturdays, and/or Sunday afternoons. For information regarding class times see the portion of the schedule marked Other Sections. Call 703-257-6685 or 703-257-6605 for further information.

FRIDAYS (8/25, 9/15, 9/29, 10/13, 10/27, 11/10, 12/1, 12/15)

Course

Title

Time

BUS 100-97M Intro. to Business 1800-2300
ENG 135-97M Applied Grammar 1800-2300
HIS 121-97M U.S. History I 1800-2300
SPD 115-97M Small Group Communication 1800-2300

SATURDAYS (8/26, 9/16, 9/30, 10/14, 10/28, 11/11, 12/2, 12/16)

Course

Title

Time

ART 283-97M Computer Graphics I 0800-1245 (Lecture)
    1300-1745 (Lab)
CHD 120-97M Intro. to Early Childhood Ed. 0800-1300
ECO 201-97M Intro. to Economics I 0800-1300
GOL 105-97M Physical Geology 0800-1245 (Lecture)
    1300-1745 (Lab)
PSY 201-97M Intro. to Psychology I 0800-1300
SPD 110-97M Intro. Speech Comm. 1300-1745

SUNDAYS (8/27, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12, 12/3, 12/17)

Course

Title

Time

ENG 115-97M Technical Writing 1300-1745
IST 128-97M Intro. to Internet Services 1300-1745
MTH 151-97M Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I 1300-1745
PED 116-97M Lifetime Fitness and Wellness 0800-1130

Woodbridge Campus Weekend College Program
    The Weekend College at Woodbridge offers high demand courses that meet degree requirements in a number of academic programs. These courses meet on Fridays only, Saturdays only, or on Saturday/Sunday combinations of 5-, 8-, and 16-week sections. The Fall 2000 weekend classes are listed below. For course times and locations, check the Woodbridge campus course listing section.


Course

Course

Course

ACC 211 GER 101, 102, 201, & 202 PHT 101
AIR 101 HIS 121 PED 116 & 123
ART 122 HUM 201 & 202 SPA 101, 102, 201, & 202
BIO 101 IST 100, 117, 127, 129, 212, & 295 SPD 110
BUS 100 MTH 001 & 120 STD 100
ENG 111 & 112 MUS 121  
FRE 101, 102, 201, & 202 PHI 101, 102, & 111  


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