NVCC FALL 2001 Class Schedule
    

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*Open to military personnel and civilians.
    


    

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.

FALL 2001 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

*Classes are Subject to Change
    

Check with site staff before planning your schedule. On-line classes also available.
    

(August 25 Ė December 15, 2001)
    


CRSE/NO.    

TITLE

 

CREDIT

  DAY TIME    

INSTRUCTOR

 

ACCOUNTING (ACCT)

ACCT 301  

Intermediate Accounting

  3
  M 1300-1545 Doherty  
ACCT 311  

Managerial Accounting

  3
  R 1000-1245 Cole  
ACCT 4/505  

Accounting and Auditing in the Public/Non-Profit Sector

  3
  R 1000-1245 Henry  
         

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 310  

Fundamentals of Building Construction

  3
  W 1915-2200   Lewis
CET 412  

Route and Construction Surveying

  3
  F 0800-0945   TBA
CET 413  

Elements of GIS

  3
  F 1300-1545     TBA  
CET 420  

Hydrology and Drainage

  3
  M 1000-1245     Keplar  
CET 460  

Construction Cost Estimating

  3
  T 1615-1800     Considine  
             

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONS

DNTH 4/515  

Research Methods

  3
  W 1615-1900     Darby  
             

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 300U

Computers in Society

    3
  T/R 1315-1430   Brunelle
CS 350  

Intro to Software Engineering

  3
  T 0800-1255   Overstreet  
CS 417  

Computational Methods and Software

  3
  R 1000-1245   Stals  
           

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS 416  

The American Jury

  3
  F 1000-1245   Smith  
CRJS/SOC 403W  

Violence in the world of Children

  3
  M 1615-1900   Lombardo  
CRJS 436  

Capstone Research Course

   
  T 1215-1515   Smith  
           

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 4/500

Found./Legal/Ethical Aspects in Gen. & Special Ed.

  3
  S 0800-1100   L. Butler
ESSE 4/506

Students w/ Diverse Learning Needs in the Gen. Ed. Classroom

  3
  S 1115-1415   TBA  
ESSE 621

Alternative Strategies for Managing Challenging Behavior

  3
  T 1615-1900   CJ Butler and Gable
ESSE 623

Charac./Strategies for Teaching Students with Mental Retardation

  3
  F 1615-1900   Miller-Dunleavy  
ESSE 624

Characteristics and Assessment of Learning Disabilities

  3
  R 1615-1900 Mostert  
       

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 4/532

Developing Instructional Strategies PRE K-6: Language Arts

  3
  F 1300-1545   Staff
ECI 4/533

Developing Instructional Strategies Pre K-6: Mathematics

  3
  F 1915-2200   TBA
ECI 619

Classroom research & Assessment in Curriculum & Instruction

  3
  W 1915-2200   Bol
ECI 653

Mathematics in the Elementary /Middle School

  3
  S 1430-1730   TBA
         

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET 360

Electrical Power and Machinery

  3
  T 1815-2000   TBA
EET 410  

Communication Principles

  3
  T 2015-2200   TBA
         
   

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

   
ENMA 301  

Engineering Management

  3
  S 0800-1100     TBA  
ENMA 600  

Cost Estimation and Financial Analysis

  3
  T 1900-2200    
ENMA 601

Organizational Analysis

  3
  S 1115-1415   Sousa-Pouza
ENMA 614

Quality Systems Design

3

M 1915-2200

Unal
ENMA 7/815

Systems Analysis

3

R 1915-2200

Keating

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 327W

Advanced Composition I

  3
  W 0800-1045   English
ENGL 334W

Technical Writing

  3
  S 0800-1100   McAvoy
         
 

FINANCE (FIN)

   
FIN 323  

Introduction to Financial Management

  3
  F 1300-1545 TBA  
FIN 331  

Legal Environment of Business

  3
  T 1000-1245 Staff  
         
   

GEOGRAPHY (GEOG)

   
GEOG 350U  

Geography of the US and Canada

  3
  W 1300-1545     Allen  
             
      GEOLOGY (GEOL)      
GEOL 302U  

Environmental Geology

  3
  M/W 1100-1215     Whittecar  
             

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 341  

Intro to Human Services Counseling

  3
  R 1915-2200   Guyton  
COUN 343  

Human Services Counseling Methods

  3
  M 1000-1245   Lovell  
COUN 344  

Career Developments and Appraisal

  3
  F 1615-1900   Jurgens  
COUN 447  

Addictions: Theory and Intervention

  3
  S 1115-1415   Blagen  
COUN 468  

Internship

  12
  W 1130-1230   Duggan  
           
   

HISTORY (HIST)

 
HIST 346U

Colonial and Revolutionary America

  3
  T/R 0930-1045   Merritt
HIST 395  

Introduction to Military History

  3
  T/R 0930-1045   McCarley  
           
   

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

   
IT 360T  

Principles of Information Technology

  3
  T 1300-1545   Coppage  
IT 370  

Enterprise Solution

    3
  R 1300-1545   Strozak  
           

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 325  

Contemporary Organizations and Management

  3
  W 1615-1900     Key  
MGMT 451  

Organizational Behavior

  3
  T 1915-2200     Keeling  
MGMT 340  

Human Resources Management

  3
  M/R 1900-2200     Keeling  
MGMT 485W

Business Strategy and Policy

  3
  S 1430-1730 Bartkus  
MGMT 710

International Business

  3
  Su 1400-1700 Yacus  
         
 

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

   
MATH 302

Geometry for Elem/Middle School Teachers

  3
  T/R 1445-1600 Hutchison  
MATH 335

Applications of Elementary Mathematics

  3
  T/R 0800-0915 Doviak  
         

MARKETING (MKTG)

MKTG 402  

Consumer Behavior

  3

W 1300-1545

Sims

MKTG 403  

Advertising Strategy

 
  S 1115-1415   Karande
         

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (MET)

MET 320  

Design of Machine Elements

  3
  R 1915-2200     Moustafa  
MET 450  

Energy Systems

  3
  R 1615-1900     Moheildin  
             
   

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (MEDT)

   
MEDT 311  

Hematology

  3
  S 0800-1700 TBA  
MEDT 324  

Clinical Instrumentation

  3
  S 0800-1700     Bray  
             

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 305  

Health Assessment

  3
  M 1615-1900     Brown  
NURS 306  

Nursing Theory

  3
  M 1915-2200     Benjamin-Coleman  
NURS 306

Nursing Theory

  3
  W 0800-1045   TBA  
NURS 401

Career Pathway: Development

  3
  M 1615-1900     Palmer  
NURS 401    

Career Pathway: Development

  3
  W 0800-1045   Palmer
NURS 610    

Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Practice

  3
  T 1615-1900   Smith
NURS 641  

Adv. Maternal-Child Nurs. I: Health Assess.
of Women & Children

  3
  R 1300-1545   Garzon
NURS 653  

Pharmacology: Maternal-Child Nursing

  3
  R 1615-1900   Garzon
NURS 714  

Psychosocial Assess. of Individ./Families in Primary Care

  3
  T 1445-1545   Zimmerman
NURS 732  

Nursing Informatics

  3
  M 1915-2200   TBA
NURS 735  

Health Care Systems I

  3
  W 1615-1900   Alexy
NURS 765 & 697  

Advanced Family Nurse III Practicum

  3
  T 1145-1430   TBA
         
   

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

 
OTED 4/500  

Instructions Systems Development

  3
  S 1430-1730   Netherton
OTED 7/885  

Curriculum Development in Occupational Education and Training

  3
  M 1300-1545   Ritz
OTED 7/889  

Instructional Technology Education and Training

  3
  M 1600-1845   Deal
         
   

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (OTS)

 
OTS 370T  

Technology and Society

  3
  F 1615-1900     Fischer  
             
   

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT/TECHNOLOGY (OPMT)

 
OPMT 611  

Operations Management and Quantitative Analysis

  3
  F 1915-2200     Wermus  
             

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 4/574  

Telecommunications Management

  3
  W 1915-2200     Havens  
             

PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)

PHIL 303W

Business Ethics

  3
  W 1100-1345   Miller  
           
   

PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)

   
PSYC 323U  

Psychology of Women

  3
  T/R 0800-0915     Winstead  
PSYC 408U  

Theories of Personality

  3
  M 1300-1545     Clarke  
             
   

SOCIOLOGY (SOC)

   
SOC 337  

Intro. To Social Research

  3
  M 1915-2200   White  
           
   

TAXATION (TAX)

   
TAX 650  

Tax Research

  3
  S 1400-1700   Newmark  
TAX 658  

Tax Aspects of International Business

  3
  Su 1430-1730   Newmark  
           

NON-TELEVISED COURSES

Class

 

Title

Instructor Remarks  
CET 313   Advanced Surveying TBA Internet-based
CET 318   GPS and Control Surveying TBA Internet-based
CET 475W   Senior Design Project Keplar Grad. Seniors Only
CHP 4/550   Public and Community Health Admin. Stepanovich Web-course, Instr. Per.Req
CS 333   Obj.-Oriented Prog. and Prob. Solving Wild Meets Fri. Night TBA
CS 361   Adv. Data Structures and Algorithms Zeil Meets Fri. Night TBA
CS 381   Introduction to Discrete Structures Toida Meets Fri. Night TBA
CS 419   Internet Databases Shen Meets Fri. Night TBA
CS 471   Operating Systems Mukkamala Meets Fri. Night TBA
ECI 301   Social and Cultural Found. of Education Allen 8/31, 9/7, 10/12, 12/14
ECI 668   Internship/Student Teaching Seminar Al-Hazza 9/21 and 12/7 1900-2200
EET 335   Linear Electronics Lab Blischak Virtual Lab
EET 470   Microprocessor Based Design Hackworth See Site for class mtg.
EET 480W   Senior Project Williams Grad. Srs. Only
ENMA 7/895   Spec. Topics: Engineering Management Jacobs Web-based course
MET 435W   Senior Design Project Wells Grad. Srs. Only
NURS 395 (1Cr.)   Independent Study TBA  
NURS 395 (2 Cr.)   Independent Study TBA  
OTED 636   Problems w/Occup. & Tech. Studies TBA 2nd part of research seq.
OTED 790   Practicum/Vocational Education TBA  
OTED 797   Ind. Study/ Vocational Education TBA  
OTED 898   Internship in OTED TBA  
PSYC 304U   Social Psychology Gillen Web-based


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