NVCC FALL 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.

FALL 2002 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

*Classes are Subject to Change
    

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

(August 24th Ė December 15th)
    


CRSE/NO. DAY TIME

TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

CREDIT

   

ACCOUNTING (ACCT)

   
ACCT 321  

Taxation

 

3

  F 1000-1245     McKee  
ACCT 423  

Operational Auditing

 

3

  F 1300-1545     Ziegenfuss  
 

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 412  

Route and Construction Surveying

 

3

  F 0800-0945   Rand
CET 440  

Contract Documents

 

3

  T 1615-1900     Lewis  
 

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 300

Computers in Society

 

3

  T/R 1315-1430   TBA
CS 460  

Computer Graphics

 

3

  R 1000-1245   Price
 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS 323  

Police in American Society

 

3

  F 1545-1845   White  
CRJS436  

Capstone Research Project

 

3

  M 1615-1900   Smith  
 

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 4/500

Found/Legal/Ethical Aspect Gen. & Spec. Ed.

 

3

  S 0800-1100   L. Butler
ESSE 4/506

Students w/ Diverse Needs in Gen. Ed. Classroom

 

3

  R 1615-1900   Miller-Dunleavy  
ESSE 618

Char. & Strat. for Teaching Students w/ Emotional/Behav. Dis.

 

3

  T 1615-1900   Butler, C.J & Gable
ESSE 626

Instruc. Strat. For Students w/ Learning Disabilities

 

3

  S 1115-1415   L. Butler  
ESSE 628

Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities

 

3

  F 1615-1900 Miller-Dunleavy  
ESSE 679

Advanced Classroom Management and Practicum

 

3

  W 1915-2200 Kersey  
 

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 301

Social and Cultural Foundations of Education

 

3

  F 1915-2200   Allen
ECI 619

Classroom Research and Assessment In Curric. & Instruct.

 

3

  F 1915-2200   Bol
 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET 310

Digital Electronics

 

3

  T 1900-2200   Jones
         

ENGINEEING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

ENMA 601  

Analysis of Organizational Systems

 

3

  M 1915-2200     Souza-Poza  
ENMA 614  

Digital Electronics

 

3

  T 1915-2200 Unal  
ENMA 7/804  

Design of Project Management

 

3

  R 1915-2200 Keating  
 

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 327W

Advanced Composition

 

3

  S 0800-1100 McAvoy  
 
 

FINANCE (FIN)

   
FIN 323  

Introductory Financial Management

 

3

  S 1115-1415 TBA  
FIN 331  

Legal Environment of Business

 

3

  T 1300-1545 Zugelder  
FIN 439  

Financial Decision Making

 

3

  T 1000-1245 Griffith  
         
   

HISTORY (HIST)

   
HIST 356  

Virginia History

 

3

  T 1445-1600     Stewart  
 

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 341  

Introduction to Human Services Counseling

 

3

  M 1000-1245   Parks-Savage  
COUN 343  

Human Services Counseling Methods

 

3

  R 1915-2200   Neukrug  
COUN 468  

Internship

 

12

  W 1130-1230   Duggan  
 
   

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IT)

   
IT 310  

Guide to Programming with C++

 

3

  W     Strozak  
IT 360T  

Principles of Information Technology

 

3

  F 1300-1545   Coppage  
 

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 325  

Contemporary Organizations and Management

 

3

  T 1915-2200     Keeling  
MGMT 462  

Comparative International Management

 

3

  S 1430-1730     Netherton  
MGMT 485W  

Business Strategy and Policy

 

3

  W 1300-1545 Sweo  
 
   

MARKETING (MKTG)

   
MKTG 311  

Principles of Marketing

 

3

  M 1000-1245 Magnini  
MKTG 406  

Public Relations

 

3

  R 1000-1245 Case  
MKTG 490  

Marketing Policy and Strategy

 

3

  R 1300-1545 Winn  
 

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

MATH 302  

Geometry for Teachers

 

3

T/R 0930-1045

TBA

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (MET)

MET 330  

Fluid Mechanics

 

3

  R 1615-1900     Staff  
MET 430  

Mechanical Subsystem Design

 

3

  R 1915-2200     Staff  
 

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 306  

Theoretical Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice

 

3

  W 0800-1045     Staff  
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

OTED 4/500  

Instructional Systems Development

 

3

  S 1530-1730   Netherton
OTED 785  

Curriculum Development in Occupational Education and Training

 

3

  M 1300-1545   Ritz
OTED 789  

Instructional Technology in Education and Training

 

3

  M 1600-1845     Deal  
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (OTS)

OTS 370T  

Technology and Society

 

3

  F 1615-1900     Fisher  
 

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (OPMT)

OPMT 303T  

Operations Technology and Management

 

3

  W 1615-1900     TBA  
 

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 302  

Communications Research Methods I

 

3

  W 1915-2200     Hartt  
 

POLITICAL SCIENCE (POLS)

POLS 311

Virginia Politics and Government

 

3

  W 1300-1545   Arey  
         
   

PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)

   
PSYC 323U  

Psychology of Women

 

3

  T/R 0800-0915   Winstead  
PSYC 405U  

Abnormal Psychology

   
  M 1300-1545 Cash  
   

SOCIOLOGY (SOC)

   
SOC 402  

Child Welfare

 

3

  M 1915-2200   Polonko  
         
+Northern Virginia Higher Ed. Center at Loudoun offers additional courses and majors. Please contact at 703-948-2750 for more information. 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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