NVCC SPRING 2003 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.

SPRING 2003 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
    

*Classes are Subject to Change
    

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

(January 11th Ė May 10th)

CRSE/NO. DAY TIME

TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

CREDIT

 
   

ACCOUNTING (ACCT)

   
Acct 4/511  

Financial Auditing

 

3

  W 1615-1900 TBA  
ACCT 4/550  

International and Advanced Accounting Issues

 

3

  F 1000-1245     Spurrier  
 

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

CET 305  

Principles of Surveying

 

3

  F 1000-1145   Rand
CET 313  

Advanced Surveying

 

3

  F 0800-0945     TBA  
CET 340  

Soils and Foundations

 

3

  W 1900-2200     TBA  
CET 400  

Comp. Applications

 

3

  R 1815-1900     TBA  
CET 410  

Reinf. Concrete Design

 

3

  R 1615-1800     TBA  
CET 411  

Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

 

3

  F 1245-1300     Zhou  
CET 425  

Land Design and Develop

 

3

  F 1400-1600     Rand  
 

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROFESSIONS (CHP)

CHP 4/515  

Critical Issues in Community Health

 

3

  W 1615-1900     Box  
 

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)

CS 390

Intro. To Theoretical Computer Science

 

3

  W 0800-1045   TBA
CS 480  

Intelligent Agents

 

3

  R 1000-1245   TBA
 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRJS)

CRJS 426  

Criminological Theory

 

3

  M 1915-2200   Gainey  
CRJS462  

Substantive Criminal Law

 

3

  M 1615-1900   Oleson  
 

DECISION SCIENCES (DSCI)

DSCI 307

Introduction to Management Science

 

3

  M 1915-2200   D. Cook  
 

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY/SPECIAL EDUCATION (ESSE)

ESSE 568

Lang. Acquisition and Read./Students w/ Diverse Needs

 

3

  F 1615-1900   TBA
ESSE 617

Collab. and Consult. For Students w/Diverse Learning Needs

 

3

  S 0800-1100   TBA  
ESSE 621

Alt. Strategies For Managing Challenging Behavior

 

3

  T 1615-1900   TBA
ESSE 623

Char. And Strategies For Teaching Students w/MR

 

3

  R 1615-1900   TBA  
ESSE 624

Char. And Assessment of Learning Disabilities

 

3

  S 115-1415 TBA  
 

ECONOMICS (ECON)

ECON 301  

Managerial Economics

 

3

  S 1115-1415 Colburn  
 

EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION (ECI)

ECI 301

Social and Cultural Foundations of Education

 

3

  F 1915-2200   Allen
ECI 304  

Educational Applications of Computers

 

3

  W 1915-2200   Schultz
ECI 361

Developmental Teaching of Reading.

 

3

  F 1300-1645   TBA
 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (EET)

EET 300

Advanced Circuit Analysis

 

3

  T 1915-2200   Jones
EET 405  

Introduction to Local Area Networks

 

3

  T 1615-1900 Williams  
 

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (ENMA)

ENMA 420  

Statistical Concepts in Engineering Management

 

3

  S 0800-1100     Sursal  
ENMA 602  

Systems Management

 

3

  M 1915-2200 Dryer  
ENMA 604  

Project Management

 

3

  T 1915-2200 Cochrane  
ENMA 613  

Logistics And Supply Chain Management

 

3

  S 1115-1415 Pugh  
 

ENGLISH (ENGL)

ENGL 325

Introduction to Rhetorical Studies

 

3

  S 1430-1730 English  
ENGL 370  

English Linguistics

 

3

  W 1300-1545 Broderick  
ENGL 435W  

Management Writing

 

3

  W 1915-2200 TBA  
 

FINANCE (FIN)

FIN 317  

Principles of Insurance and Risk Management

 

3

  T 1000-1245 Quinn  
FIN 432  

Intermediate Financial Management

 

3

  T 1300-1545 Griffith  
 

GEOGRAPHY (GEOG)

GEOG 455  

The Middle East

 

3

  W 0800-1045 Ziegler  
 

HISTORY (HIST)

HIST 351  

The Civil War and Reconstruction

 

3

  T/R 1100-1215     Wilson  
 

HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELING (COUN)

COUN 339  

Interpersonal Relations

 

3

  M 1000-1245   TBA  
COUN 346  

Diversity Issues in Human Services Counseling

 

3

  F 1615-1900   TBA  
COUN 444  

Psychoeducational Groups

 

3

  R 1915-2200   TBA  
COUN 448  

Interventions and Advocacy with Children

 

3

  S 1115-1415   TBA  
COUN 468  

Internship in Human Services Counseling

 

12

  W 1130-1230   Duggan  
COUN 491  

Family Guidance

 

3

  Su 1400-1700   Grimes  
 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IT)

IT 361  

Information Systems Planning and Analysis

 

3

  M 1000-1245   Carraway  
IT 415  

Business Telecommunications

 

3

  F 1300-1545   S. Davis  
IT 620  

Information Systems Analysis and Design

 

3

  R 1915-2200   Ardalan  
 

MANAGEMENT (MGMT)

MGMT 325  

Contemporary Organizations and Management

 

3

  S 1430-1730     TBA  
MGMT 350  

Employee Relations Problems and Practices

 

3

  T 1915-2200     McAfee  
MGMT 485W  

Business Strategy and Policy

 

3

  W 1300-1545 S. Morris  
 

MARKETING (MKTG)

MKTG 311  

Principles of Marketing

 

3

  Su 1400-1700 TBA  
MKTG 402  

Consumer Behavior

 

3

  R 1300-1545 Winn  
 

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

MATH 316U  

Introductory Linear Algebra

 

3

  M 1000-1245

TBA

 
MATH 335  

Applications of Elementary Mathematics

 

3

T/R 0930-1045

TBA

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (MET)

MET 300  

Thermodynamics

 

3

  R 1915-2200     TBA  

NURSING (NURS)

NURS 363  

Nursing Science

 

3

  M 1615-1900     Palmer  
NURS 402  

Career Pathway Development

 

3

  M 1615-1900     Karlowicz  
NURS 490W  

Nursing Leadership

     

3

  M 1915-2200     Rita  
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION (OTED)

OTED 7/850  

Trends & Issues in Training: Modeling and Simulation

 

3

  M 1300-1545   TBA
OTED 7/888  

Instruc. Strat. And Innovations in Training and Occ. Education

 

3

  M 1600-1845   Ritz
 

OCCUPATIONAL AND TECHNICAL STUDIES (OTS)

OTS 351  

Communication Technology

 

3

  F 1615-1900     TBA  
OTS 4/502     Techniques of Training    

3

  S 1430-1730     TBA  
 

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS (COMM)

COMM 351U  

Interpersonal Communication in Organizations

 

3

  T 1300-1545     Collas  
COMM 472  

New Media Techniques

 

3

  S 0800-1100     Warren  
 

PHILOSOPHY (PHIL)

PHIL 345

Bioethics

 

3

  T 1915-2200 TBA  
 

POLITICAL SCINCE (POLS)

POLS 412

Politics of the Civil Rights Movement

 

3

  T/R 0930-1045   Wilson  
 

PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC)

PSYC 303U  

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

 

3

  W 1100-1345   TBA  
PSYC 310  

Human Cognition

 

3

  T/R 0800-0915 Justice  
PSYC 408U  

Theories of Personality

 

3

  M 1300-1545 Clarke  
 

SOCIOLOGY (SOC)

SOC 337  

Introduction to Social Research

 

3

  F 1000-1245   D. Smith  
+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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