NVCC SUMMER 2002 Class Schedule
    

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Northern Virginia Community College
    

Annandale: (703) 323-3769 Woodbridge: (703) 580-0919 Loudoun: (703) 948-2750
    

*Marine Corps Base at Quantico: (703) 630-2226
    

*Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, DC: (202) 782-6727

    

*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.

SUMMER 2002 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

*Classes are Subject to Change
    

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

(_May 13th Ė August 18th)
    


CRSE/NO. DAY TIME

TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

CREDIT

             

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 445  

Construction Planning and Scheduling

  3
  W 1900-2200   Considine
             

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONS

CHP 400  

Philosophy of Health

  3
  M/R 1545-1845     Box  
             

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 300

Computers in Society

    3
  F 1545-1845   Price
CS 334  

Computer Organization and Architecture

  3
        Wilson  
CS 4/517  

Computational Methods and Software

  3
  F 1115-1315   Morris  
           

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS 421  

Deviant Behavior

  3
  W 1545-1845   White  
CRJS436  

Capstone Research Project

  3
  T 1215-1515   Smith  
 

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 4/513

Fundamentals of Human Growth and Develop.

  3
  W/S 1900-2200 W, 1115-1415 S   Tonelson
ESSE 4/515

Intro/Serv. Del. Educating Students w/Mild Dis.

  3
  M/R 1215-1515   Miller-Dunleavy  
ESSE 530

Family & Child w/Spec. Needs: Lifespan Transitions

  3
  T/F 1545-1845   Myatt
ESSE 677

Advanced Child Theory and Research

  3
  R 0900-1200   Robinson  
ESSE 690

The Child and Family

  3
  F/S 1545-1845, F, 0800-1100 S Kersey  
ESSE 720

Curriculum and Instruction

  3
  W/S 1545-1845 W, 0800-1100 S CJ Butler  
 

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 301

Social and Cultural Foundations of Education

  3
  T 0900-1200   Allen
ECI 361

The Developmental Teaching of Reading

  3
  T/F 0900-1200   Taylor
ECI 653

Mathematics in the Elem/Middle School

  3
  S 1115-1415   McKinney
         

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET320

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

  3
  T 1900-2200   Williams
EET 350  

Fundamentals of Electrical Technology

  3
  S 1430-1730   Jones
EET 415   Programmable Machine Controls   3
  T 1545-1845   Hackworth
         
   

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

   
ENMA 4/520  

Statistical Concepts in Engineering Management

  3
  T 1900-2200     TBA  
ENMA 613  

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  3
  W 1900-2200 TBA  
ENMA 7/862  

Training Systems Engineering

  3
  R 1900-2200 TBA  
         

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 334

Technical Writing

  3
  M/R 1900-2200 McAvoy  
ENGL 336

The Short Story

  3
  M/R 1215-1515   Igloria
       
 

GEOGRAPHY (GEOG)

   
GEOG 320  

Political Geography

   
  M/R 0900-1200 Zeigler  
         
   

HISTORY (HIST)

   
HIST 361  

African-American History to 1865

  3
  M/R 1215-1515     Hucles  
             

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 342W  

Assessment I

  3
  F 1215-1515   Parks-Savage  
COUN 345  

Assessment II

  3
  S 1115-1415   Blagen  
           
COUN 468  

Internship

  12
  W 1130-1230   Duggan  
           
   

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (IDS)

   
IDS 287  

Interdisciplinary Theory and Concepts

  3
  W/S 1545-1845 W, 0800-1100 S   Lakin  
           

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 340  

Human Resources Management

  3
  M/RT 1900-2200     Keeling  
MGMT 417  

Employment Law

  3
  T/F 1900-2200     Brown  
MGMT 750  

Business Policy and Strategy

  3
  F/S 1900-2200 F, 0800-1100 S Kiefer  
         

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

MATH 304U  

Mathematical Methods

  3

F 1900-2200

Noren/Naik

         
   

MUSIC (MUSC)

   
MUSC 4/560  

History of Jazz

  3
  M/R 1215-1515   Toomey
         

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (MET)

MET 370  

Automation and Controls

  3
  R 1900-2200     Lin  
MET 440  

Heat Transfer

  3
  R 1545-1845     Mohielden  
             

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 464  

Case Management Skills

  3
    Offered Mondays and Wednesdays     Zimbro  
NURS 492  

Community Health Nursing

  3
    Offered Mondays and Wednesdays   Benjamin-Coleman  
NURS 495

Topics

  3
    Offered Mondays and Wednesdays   Little  
NURS 613

Issues in Advanced Nursing Practice

  3
  T 1215-1515     Scott  
NURS 640    

Methodologies and Applications

  3
  T 1545-1845   Zimbro
NURS 724  

Adv. Maternal-Child Nursing III

  3
  R 1215-1515   Garzon
         
   

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

 
OTED 7/862  

Administration and Management of Adult Training Programs

  3
  M 1900-2200   TBA
OTED 7/861  

Foundations of Adult Education and Training

  3
  M 1545-1845   TBA
             

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 4/500  

Intercultural Communications

  3
  T/F 1900-2200     Hassencahl  
             

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PADM)

PADM 696

Disaster Management

  3
  F/S 1730-2030 F, 0800-1100 S   Kiefer  
           
   

SOCIOLOGY (SOC)

     
320   Social Inequality     3
  M/R 1545-1845   Smith  
           
   

TAXATION (TAX)

   
TAX 652  

Taxation of Partners and Partnerships

  3
  T/R 1900-2200   McEllicott  
TAX 661  

Taxation of the Small Business

  3
  T/R 1900-2200 Connor  
TAX 662  

Tax Procedure and Practice

  3
  M/W 1900-2200   McEllicott  
TAX 695  

Selected Topics in Taxation

    3
  M/W 1900-2200   TBA  
           
Additional courses may be offered at individual sites. Please check with the Site Director to see what courses are available.

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.


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