NVCC SPRING 2003 Class Schedule
    

Weekend Course Offerings

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    Weekend courses/programs leading to certificates and degrees are offered at all campuses. They provide students additional opportunities to pursue their education. Students may accelerate work toward a degree or seek professional enrichment and growth in a time frame conducive to their professional and personal lives. Intensive classroom experience combined with independent study provides an in-depth and meaningful educational experience.
    Parking regulations are in effect on all campuses at all times. Students enrolling in weekend courses must either purchase parking permits or park at pay meters or in hourly pay lots. Students should also be aware that add/drop periods are different for weekend offerings than they are for traditional weekday courses.

Alexandria Campus Weekend Course Offerings
    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 Course Offerings
    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. See Annandale’s course offerings listed below. Call 703-323-3091 or 703-323-3157 for further information and a brochure or visit the Annandale Website at http://www.nvcc.edu/annandale/.

FRIDAYS (See course listings for specific section numbers)

Course

Title

Time

ENG 112 College Composition II 1830
ENG 242 Survey of American Literature 1830
SPD 110 Introduction to Speech Communication 1800

SATURDAYS

Course

Title

Time

BIO 102 General Biology II 0900
ECO 202 Principles of Economics II – Micro 0900
HIS 122 United States History II 1300
IST 117 Introduction to Microcomputer Software 1300
MTH 271 Applied Calculus I 0900
PSY 202 Introduction to Psychology II 0900
SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology I 0900
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II 0900

SUNDAYS

Course

Title

Time

MTH 152 Math for Liberal Arts II 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 January 24 for Session I and _March 21 for Session II.

Session I: (Friday-Saturday) Jan. 24-25, Jan. 31–Feb. 1, 14-15, 21-22

Session II: (Friday-Saturday) Mar. 21-22, 28-29, Apr. 4-5, 11-12

    Saturday/Sunday Weekend Express Classes: These courses will be offered Saturdays 8:00AM-1:20PM and Sundays 1:00PM-6:20PM. Registration closes on January 24 for Session I and March 21 for Session II.

Session I: (Saturday-Sunday) Jan. 25-26, Feb. 1-2, 15-16, 22-23

Session II: (Saturday-Sunday) Mar. 22-23, 29-30, Apr. 5-6, 12-13

Loudoun Campus Weekend Course Offerings
    Loudoun Campus offers many classes in the weekend format. The courses are listed in the Loudoun section of this schedule.

Manassas Campus Weekend Course Offerings
    Manassas Campus offers many classes in the weekend format. The courses are listed in the Manassas section of this schedule.

Woodbridge Campus Weekend Course Offerings
    The Weekend College at Woodbridge offers high demand courses that meet degree requirements. These courses meet on Fridays, Saturdays, or on Saturday/Sunday combinations of 8- and 16-week sections. The spring 2003 weekend classes are listed below. For course times and locations, check the Woodbridge campus course listing section. Weekend classes will start Saturday, January 18, 2003.

Course

Course

Course

ACC 212 GER 202 PED 116
AIR 195 HLT 105 PED 123
ART 122 HLT 170 PED 183
BUS 100 HLT 280 PHT 101
ENG 111 IST 117 PSY 225
ENG 112 IST 104 SPD 110
FRE 101 IST 108 SPA 101
FRE 102 IST 127 SPA 102
FRE 201 IST 212 SPA 201
FRE 202 MTH 001 SPA 202
GER 101 MTH 120  
GER 102 MTH 151  
GER 201 MUS 121  

HONORS COURSE OFFERINGS
    


    

The Honors Courses are listed below. For more information, check the course listing section by campus.


ALEXANDRIA

COURSE SEC DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR
ENG 111 20A TR 0930-1045 E. Raphaeli
ENG 111 21A R 1630-1920 G. Vathing
ENG 112 01A MW 0930-1045 R. Brunner
ENG 112 02A TR 1100-1215 J. Burton
ENG 112 03A T 1930-2220 D. Daily
ENG 244 01A TR 1100-1215 R. Brunner
ENG 295 01A W 1230-1520 R. Brunner
HIS 122 01A MW 1100-1215 H. Sage
HIS 142 01A M 1930-2220 J. Windham
HIS 252 01A T 1630-1920 Jean Braden
PSY 202 01A MW 0800-0915 E. Lanthier
SOC 202 01A MW 1230-1345 C. Elsberg


    

ANNANDALE
    

    

Honors Spring 2003

CRSE & SEC

DAY & TIME

INSTR

BIO 102-05N MWF 1300-1350 Guandolo
BIO 102-A9N W 1400-1640 Lab  
ENG 111-80N TR 1100-1215 TBA
ENG 112-80N MWF 0900-0950 Schuhart
ENG 112-81N TR 0930-1045 Seyler
ENG 112-82N TR 1230-1345 Sharpe
ENG 112-83N M 1930-2215 Brotton
MTH 152-01N MWF 1100-1150 Geraci
MTH 174-01N MWF 1000-1125 Frazier
PSY 202 TR 0930-1045 Lloyd

Honors Options Spring 2003

CRSE & SEC

DAY & TIME

INSTR

ART 102-02N MWF 0900-0950 Tebow
ACC 212-01N MW 0800-0915 Kheradmand
ENG 242-80N R 1930-2220 Heneghan
ENG 252-80N TR 0930-1045 Fleck
FRE 202-02N TR 1100-1215 Baldwin
GOL 106-05N M 0900-1050 Rasmussen
  W 0900-0950  
GOL 106-A1N W 1000-1250 Lab TBA
GOL 106-A2N F 0900-1150 Lab TBA
HIS 102-03N MWF 1200-1250 Kinsella
HIS 102-07N R 1930-2220 Zimmerman
HIS 127-02N W 1630-1920 Zimmerman
HUM 295-01N TR 1230-1345 Wilan
IST 117-05N MW 1430-1545 Drasner
IST TBA TBA TBA
PHI TBA TBA Piscitelli
SPA 102-05N TR 1030-1250 Falzon
SPA 202-02N TR 0900-1015 Falzon

LOUDOUN

    

COURSE

SEC

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

ENG 112

06L

T/F

0930-1045

B. Pool

HIS 122

03L

T/F

0800-0915

P. Reed

MTH152

04L

M

1600-1850

K. Barr


MANASSAS

    
COURSE SEC DAY TIME INSTRUCTOR
ENG 112 06M TR 0930-1045

R. Lesman

ENG 112 12M F 1100-1215

J. Goodine

ENG 242 04M T 1900-2150

R. Stewart

ENG 252 02M TR 0930-1045

J. Goodine


WOODBRIDGE

    

COURSE

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

BIO 102

TR

0800-0915

T. Wilson

BIO 102 Lab

TR

0930-1045

T. Wilson

ENG 112

W

1900-2150

D. Bausch



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